Women's Center

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Education and Training

  • Our team of community educators are available to present on several topics to the WCSU community.

    Who is eligible for these programs?

    – Academic Classes – Sports Teams – Fraternities / Sororities – Clubs & Organizations
    Residence Halls


    – Healthy Relationships and Dating Violence – Flirting or Hurting? – Got Consent?
    – Gender in the Media – Bystander Intervention – Where Do You Stand?

    Advanced Programs for Academic Classes

    Intersection of Oppression and Violence Against Women – Impact of Trauma on Survivors
    – History of Women’s Centers and the Feminist Movement – Topic of Your Choice

  • Looking to have an educator present on a specific topic?  Please contact:
  • Ann Rodwell-Lawton:
    Director of Education, Training and Outreach
    203-731-5200 ext 233
  • To learn more about our team of educators you can also visit: www.wcogd.org/index.php/community-education

Title IX Trainings

  • Public Act 14-11: An Act Concerning Sexual Assault,  Stalking, & Intimate Partner Violence on Campus discusses how:
    • Training on all facets of interpersonal violence is a federal mandate for all university faculty and staff. 
  • The Women’s Center has been working closely with the Title IX office to help facilitate these trainings on campus.
  • For more information on this topic please visit the Title IX website at: www.wcsu.edu/diversity/titleix.asp
  • Or contact:
  • Jesenia Minier-Delgado
    Chief Diversity Officer
    Phone(203) 837-8277
    Fax: (203) 837-8503

Women's Center: Serving families and the community since 1975