Grand Valley State University. Gayle R. Davis Center for Women and Gender Equity
The Gayle R. Davis Center for Women and Gender Equity (formerly Women's Center) is a unit of the Division of Student Services. In the late 1990s, faculty and staff members and students served on a task force to research development of a center. The Women's Center was officially created in 2001. It focuses on services and programs that support and enhance the growth of women throughout the University. Regardless of gender, it also serves as a place of education and involvement for anyone seeking to further their knowledge and/or advocate on the status of women. The Women’s Center is committed to creating an environment in which the diversity of women is affirmed and appreciated. In response, programs and services are offered in a variety of formats and on many topics. In addition to programs and services, the Women’s Center is also a physical space that provides an area for students to relax in the lounge, complete academic work at study tables, seek resources from the information desk, host meetings in the conference room, or utilize the resource library.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Annual journal that provided a safe place for people's voices to emerge, to be heard and to resonate. Submissions were considered for their diversity of thought and presentation. Collected writings submitted by women at GVSU and selected for publication by Women's Center staff.
Hispanic Heritage: Life Journeys is a publication produced as a collaborative project of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, News and Information Services, and the Women's Center. It contains profiles of Hispanic students, faculty and staff at GVSU.
News publication put out by the Women's Information Bureau covering local and campus news concerning issues, services, and activities pertaining to women. Formerly Women's Information Bureau Newsletter. April 1977-April 1982.