The Women's Project LUC
Redefine society's view of womanhood through the empowerment of women as leaders in the quest for social justice and change.
The Women’s Project LUC seeks to explore the definition of womanhood and femininity in a global society, and to reimagine society's view of womanhood by the empowerment of women as leaders in the quest for social justice and change. This occurs through a two semester program for a group of companions and scholars; the first semester focuses on discussion and education, and the second semester is action-based. Within this framework, TWP hosts events at which the discussions and experiences explored during our meetings will be shared with the larger Loyola community.
Anyone who identifies as a woman can be a member of The Women's Project LUC. In order to create a consistent and cohesive community of change, there is a limited membership of 12 members and 3 scholars. Applications happen at the beginning of each academic year. To apply to be a member, submit an application to firstname.lastname@example.org during our application period. More information can be found on TWP’s Facebook page: The Women's Project LUC.