WOMEN’S CENTER

2016 PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

Students are integral to the development and implementation of programs and services offered by the Women's Center.

For more information about these programs, please stop by the Women's Center Office, Floyd Payne Campus Center, Room 219.

Empowerment

Know who you are and what you stand for.  Our campus space, programming and staff are here to support, connect and empower women to be strong, self-assured and streetwise savvy.

"WOMEN OF LEGEND AND MERIT"       "EVERY GIRL SHOULD HAVE PEARLS"      "SHE-IS"         "empowHER"

DIALOGUE/DISCUSSION: "HOOKING UP:  Sex, Dating, and Relationships"

WOLM

Education

The TSU Women's Center offers dialogues and discussions for administration, faculty, staff, students, and community pertaining to gender, gender-identity development, gender violence.  The staff and trained facilitators encourage discussions for student groups and varying organizations.

"WISDOM SPEAKS"    "RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS"     "LINKED TO EXCELLENCE"  "WOMEN'S STUDIES"

Financial Independence

2016 is the first year that the TSU Women’s Center will introduce and provide workshops to address financial issues that may arise in their personal, professional, family and community lives of administration, faculty, staff, and students.

The TSU Women’s Center will collaborate with the TSU Career Center and Nashville community organizations on topics such basic financial literacy and financial independence.

Career Development Center - Student Affairs Division

Floyd/Payne Campus Center, Suite 304
(615)963-5981
Fax:(615)963-7534

The Center seeks to provide opportunities for diverse women to build an in-depth understanding of global financial markets, tools for prospective entrepreneurs, as well as those desiring mentorship in self-employment.  Staff are located on the second floor and in the center of the Floyd Payne Campus Center.

GOALS:

  • Increase female student awareness of the importance of saving money among students at Tennessee State University.
  • Give female students the knowledge and skills to overcome financial issues and problems.
  • Reach out to TSU alumnae and other professional women who can enhance students'  financial education.

Community Service

At the Women's Center, we believe that at the core of the female community are relationships.   Our center seeks to build this community by providing space for students to connect and build relationships.

"SUSAN G. KOMEN FOR THE CURE"     "TENNESSEE COALITION TO END DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE"

"UNSUNG S/HEROES"  "MAKING STRIDES NASHVILLE - AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY"

Gamma

 Through curricular and co-curricular programs, the Women's Center encourages students to connect scholarship from the classroom to real world problems,  to consider alternative frameworks for judgment and action, and to draw meaning from experiences that push them to critique theory from practice and practice from theory.

Mentorship and Outreach

The Women's Center objective is to empower female students in the personally, academically, and professionally through mentoring partnerships.  Students will have the opportunity to be mentored throughout the year by Tennessee State University administration, faculty, staff and alumni.  Activities and events offered by the Women's Center to inspire and empower female students.  The Center is open to ALL women interested in mentorship and outreach.

 "MENTORING MATTERS!"  "FRESHMAN LEADERSHIP SEMINAR/CONFERENCE"

Peggy Earnest

 

 

 

 

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