Women's Studies Students

 

 

2013 Mary Elizabeth Owens Daily Award for Outstanding Continuing Women’s Studies Minor  "Bessie"

Hanna Brant

 



2009 Recipient "The Bessie" - Analyssa Noe 
2009
"The Bessie" Recipient
Analyssa Noe

2009 Outstanding Senior Sadie Davis & Prof. Veanne Anderson
2009
Outstanding Senior
Sadie Davis &
Presenter Prof.
Veanne Anderson
 2009 Coordinator's Award Jenna Butler
2009
Coordinator's Award
Jenna Butler
2008 reception: Darlene Hantzis
2008
Reception
Prof. Darlene Hantzis
 

 

Women's Studies minors often come from programs such Political Science [with or without Legal Studies]; Sociology; or Psychology/Sociology, but there is no limit to the choice of minoring in Women's Studies as it relates to your major. WS students are some of the most active students on campus. Not only will you find them involved in organizing campus events such as Take Back the Night; you'll find that many of them enter the political arena via involvement in Student Government, or function as Learning Community Peer Assistants, Resident Hall Assistants, and work with the Center for Public Service and Community Engagement. They are often involved in the Alternative Spring Break, Banned Books Week, and local and national political programming.

Graduating students are eligible for several Awards: Outstanding Student, Coordinator's Award, and "The Bessie". WS faculty nominate students for these honors, which are presented at an end-of-semester event in the Spring. For more information, see Scholarships & Awards.

Outstanding Senior, 2008 - Nicole Christlieb
2008
Outstanding Senior
Nicole Christlieb
Graduating Minors 2008
2008
Graduates
2008 WS Reception
2008
Reception
Inaugural "The Bessie" Award to Analyssa Noe, 2008
2008
"The Bessie"
Recipient: Analyssa Noe

 

The Women's Studies Program has exposed me to a vast number of diversity-related issues. These issues have challenged my thinking and have altered the way I learn inside and outside the classroom. (Laura Wolk, communication major, women's studies minor)