The WILL Program strives to foster a deeper understanding of gender and its intersections with race, culture, class, sexuality and other aspects of social identity. By connecting students with each other, and to a strong supportive network of faculty, staff, alumnae and community mentors, WILL students develop critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, problem-solving and leadership skills. In addition, WILL students participate in a variety of community engaged learning projects designed to promote positive participation in the local and global community. This program provides opportunities for women to explore career and life choices in multiple disciplines that enable them to excel and realize their full potential.
Congratulations to Maple Shade High School teacher, Jennifer Braverman, on being named Burlington County Teacher of the Year (WILL Alum Class of ’08).Read more
18 have earned their Juris Doctor 48 have a Master of Arts degree 2 have become Osteopathic Doctors 1 is a Dentist 24 are teachers or professors 11 work for a non-profit 10 have earned their PhD 11 have received MD degrees 1 is a Business owner 1 has a MBA 4 is a Registered […]Read more
Thursday 3/12/15, 7:00-9:00 pm Janet Mock event Kendall Main Stage Janet Mock is a writer, advocate and author of Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More. In 2011, Janet publicly proclaimed her identity as a trans woman and focused her efforts on speaking about the struggles, triumphs and portrayals of […]Read more
Ariel Donohue ’08 was the winner of the President’s Commission on the Status of University Women Award. Ariel is the Program Manager of Montana State University’s Diversity Awareness Office. She oversees and organizes the Safe Zone program, the Sustained Dialogue program, the LGBT Advisory Committee, the annual MLK Day events, the Diversity Steering Committee and […]Read more