After over a year and a half we’re finally back on campus and able to see you everyone in person. In celebration of this, and before the whirlwind that is the start of fall semester hit, UCW hosted an in-person Coffee Talk Thursday, August 5th! From 8:30 - 10 am UCW members got together at … Continue reading UCW’s August Coffee Talk is first in-person event of the year!
Voting for the 2021-2022 University Career Women’s board closed on June 11th, and after the ballots were counted the following candidates were chosen! So, if you missed the email, here they are again: Introducing you to your 2021 – 2022 UCW Board members! Financial Coordinator, Heather IrishCommunication Coordinator, Gabrielle SangervasiRecorder, Hilda OlsenMembership Director at Large, … Continue reading Say hello to our 2021-2022 UCW Board!
Part of UCW's goal is to help women on their personal and professional journey, and to 'Save a Seat for a Sister'. But you can't do that if you don't know who your sisters are?! As such, UCW now has a Membership directory! Rolled out this June, the directory has contact information for all our … Continue reading UCW Members get a Membership directory
Our organization only survives when people get involved and we get new people to join the board. So if you haven’t held a UCW board position before, this is your opportunity to step up and lead! Or if you know someone who would add value to the UCW board, please submit their name for a … Continue reading Make a difference and sign up to be on the UCW 2020 – 2021 Board!
On Thursday April 14th UCW held it's annual Spring Luncheon event over Zoom to hear from guest speaker Dr. Michele Goodwin. Dr. Goodwin shared an informative and interesting presentation, and members in attendance had really thought provoking questions. As an authority on civil liberties, civil rights, and cultural politics, Dr. Goodwin’s talk was about the … Continue reading Compelling conversation during UCW’s Spring Annual Luncheon
Our 2020 - 2021 UCW Board gave info on their board positions and duties. On March 29th the UCW 2020 - 2021 board held this event to let anyone interested in running for a board seat (or was just curios) ask questions about time commitment, what duties each seat is expected to do, how often … Continue reading We Interviewed the UCW Board!
In honor of National Women's History month, UCW hosted it's first Save a Seat for a Sister (S3) event of the year. A TED Talk Watch and Discussion event, watching former teacher and social justice activist Brittany Packnett's talk "How to Build Confidence - and Spark it in Others". Brittany Packnett’s TED Talk was extremely … Continue reading Celebrating National Woman’s Herstory Month by Sparking Confidence
Each year ASU partners with multiple organizations across the university to put on Black History Month events. UCW supports a fully inclusive and equal society for all, and since the only way to create such a society is for everyone to educate themselves about the experience and struggle Black people and other minorities face every … Continue reading Challenge Accepted! UCW issues Black History Month challenge to membership for month of February
On January 21st UCW held their Spring Coffee Talk. Members took a break together on that Thursday morning, playing some games and catching up. But, in addition to that, attendees gave feedback to UCW board members about the Save a Seat for a Sister concept that was a part of the UCW 2020 conference. For … Continue reading January Coffee Talk makes Save a Seat for a Sister a reality
Hello University Career Women, Wow! 2020! What a year! We held our first ever Virtual Conference in December and it was one of the most insightful and engaging events we have put on. Our speakers brought us things to think about and challenged each of us to be the change we would like to see … Continue reading Welcome to 2021! Letter from our UCW President