Social Justice Leadership Project
The Social Justice Leadership Project affords students the opportunity to focus on the study of feminist leadership while training leaders committed to diversity and social justice.
The Three Pillars
These three pillars of the project serve to broaden exposure to a range of styles and dynamics of leadership, and to build students' concrete skills.
Pillar I: Academic Component
The academic component is intended to provide participants with a leadership toolbox.
Pillar II: Student programming and development
This pillar includes funded attendance at student leadership conferences and participation in such programs as the UNH Undergrad Research Conference, the Women's Studies Honor Society, student-driven activist projects, skill workshops, and more!
Pillar III: Applied learning
Students in the project can earn course credit and/or receive stipends for applied learning experiences in the project, such as internships, teaching practicums, and research assistantships.
Barbara A. White Social Justice Leadership Award
The UNH Women’s Studies Program is pleased to announce that it will provide two awards for Women’s Studies majors who have demonstrated feminist and social justice leadership in honor of Women’s Studies co-founder Barbara A. White. You may apply by filling in the application and emailing it to Womens.Studies@unh.edu.