A vibrant, stimulating learning community is central to the mission and goals of the University of Georgia, and our work to uphold that ideal is continuous. To address contemporary issues faced by female students, faculty, and staff, the University developed this web portal and other resources to promote awareness and access to the wide range of services and programs available to women.
Women.uga.edu highlights women’s services, organizations, programs, and events across campus. It provides a hub for safety information, community support, and advocacy for women.
To further address and direct expressed issues and concerns related to women, the University has identified a central point of contact: Janice Davis Barham, associate dean of students and chair of the Women’s Resources Coordinating Committee.
Dr. Barham is supported in this role by campus partners Martha Davis, associate director for patient services at the University Health Center, and Karen Saunders, student ombudsperson in the Office of the Dean of Students.
Dr. Barham is available to meet or communicate directly with interested faculty, staff, and students. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to contact email@example.com with any questions, issues, opportunities, events, or other ideas related to women’s resources.
To assess the effectiveness of women’s programs and services going forward, a campuswide Women’s Resources Coordinating Committee was established in 2014. As an advisory body to University administrators, this group considers campuswide feedback regarding women’s resources and recommends ways to enhance their organization and visibility at UGA.
We encourage you to help us publicize your programs and events by tagging your events with “Women’s Resources” in the University’s master calendar. If you have additional resources that you believe this site should include, please let us know.
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