November 6 to 10 , 2023
Various Locations On Campus
Let's celebrate women by attending a series of events to address women empowerment, gender equity, and women entrepreneurial leadership. Sponsored by the Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women's Leadership, the Career Center and the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
More information to follow
Tuesday, October 17, 2023 | 5:00 P.M.
Women & Intellectual Property Fireside Chat
IDEA Lab, Falvey Library
The Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women's Leadership, the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and The John E. Scarpa Center for Entrepreneurship and Law invites you to celebrate Women's Entreprenuership Week by attending a Fireside Chat with Katie Kuptas, Founder & CEP of Inventors Club for Women.
Wednesday, October 11, & Thursday, November 2, 2023 | 12:00 P.M.
Social Identity Workshops
Room 301B | Charles Widger School of Law
Join us for the upcoming Social Identity Workshops, lead by Danielle Ross, Associate Director for the Anne Welsh McNutly Institute for Women's Leadership. The purpose of the workshop is to encourage students to identify their own social identities and reflect on how it affects their lives.
Tuesday, November 28, 2023 | Location and Time TBD.
A Literacy Panel of Northern Irish Women Writers
Center for Irish Studies
Join the Center for Irish Studies as they partner with the Irish Consulate in NYC to welcome award-winning women writers from Northern Ireland to campus for a literary panel. The evening event will feature authors Jan Carson, Michelle Gallen, Wendy Erskine and Lucy Caldwell. You won't want to miss this!
More details to follow
January 10, 2024 | 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Ignite Change, Advance Your Leadership
The Inn at Villanova University
McNulty Institute will host Ignite Change, Advance Your Leadership, a full-day workshop for Villanova staff who identify as women or non-binary. The day will explore leadership values, work-life issues, communication and negotiations, and managing up in addition to skills and strategies for being a change agent within various communities. The workshop, which will be held at the Inn, is completely free of charge. Breakfast and lunch are also provided.
Registration will open in October
Center for Irish Studies
New Podcast Episodes Are Now Available on YouTube, Spotify and iTunes
Season 4, Episode 3 is a conversation between Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon and Cera Murtagh, Assistant Professor of Political Science, about Scanlon's recent trip to Ireland as part of the presidential delegation with President Joe Biden, the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and women’s role in the Northern Ireland peace process. This conversation was part of the event "Women as Peacemakers: 25 Years On" co-hosted by the Irish American Business Chamber and Network, Villanova’s Center for Irish Studies and Villanova’s Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women’s Leadership.
Our guests for Season 4, Episode 4 are 2023 Irish Studies Heimbold Chair, Mary O'Donoghue and award-winning Irish writer and editor, Lisa McInerney in conversation with the 2023 about the craft of writing, translation, editing, and process and where the arts of each intersect and work together, police one another, or pull apart.