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Silent Witness Exhibit

Help honor the women and men who were murdered by acts of domestic violence by visiting the Silent Witness Exhibit, a collection of 19 life-sized silhouettes that soundlessly scream out for victims who can no longer speak for themselves.

The exhibit is open for public viewings in the Vandalia Lounge of the Mountainlair from October 5-12. All are invited to the opening program and reception on October 5 from 3-5 p.m.

WRC Initiatives

Peer Learning Communities for New Colleagues

A program for first- and second-year faculty and staff to build relationships, network and quickly integrate into the fabric of WVU so we all may perform at our best.

More about Peer Learning

Freebie Products

From sexual health resources like condoms to menstrual products like pads, tampons and menstrual cups, the WRC offers free supplies to students, faculty and staff

Info about Freebie Products

Gender Equity

The WRC seeks to empower women and to encourage their active and equal participation in all levels of the WVU community and beyond. The WRC encourages the participation of all people and strives to be a safer and supportive environment.

Info about Gender Equity

Lactation Network

Accessible locations to express milk are located across Morgantown campuses. View the full list of locations and resources.

Info about Lactation Network

WRC Spotlight

Marjorie Fuller 

"Over the years the Center for Black Culture and Research has spearheaded several initiatives aimed at engaging Black women on campus.  For instance, our Academic STARS Program has a segment entitled ‘Sister to Sister’, that focuses on connecting our incoming students to other Black women here at WVU.

 

In past years the Center also sponsored an initiative entitled ‘The Sisterhood Coalition’.  The goal of the coalition was to build community and support women of color on campus.  The realities of Covid-19 interfered with much of our programming the past couple of years.  But now that we are back on campus, we have plans to revitalize this very important initiative.

 

For more information about the CBC&R and what we offer, please visit cbc.wvu.edu.  And don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions.  We would love to hear from you!"

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Events

The WRC is eager to help promote events focused on women’s issues and gender equity. When posting events on the WVU calendar, please tag the Women's Resource Center. Your event will then pop up on the WRC website.