Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women

Virtual Programming with ECW

Due to proactive measures with COVID-19 the Eberly Center for Women office will be closed until further notice. Our staff are working remotely to continue developing programs and services that advance gender equity and support women on campus and in the surrounding community. You can still reach us by email or phone, and we will respond to you as soon as we can during our normal business hours 8:15am – 5:00pm Monday - Friday. We appreciate your patience and understanding at this time.

All in-person Women’s Center programs and events have been cancelled for the remainder of the semester. Join us online for these exciting programs.

We persist

Mondays | 10am | Online

This weekly virtual meetup is open to women-identified faculty or staff who are looking for connection and inspiration to persist through these unprecedented times. Come as you are, when you can. We'll be here for you. For the WebEx link and additional information email

Coffee Break For Caretakers

Wednesdays | 10am | Online

The struggle is real! Take a break with the Eberly Center and other caretakers. Learn strategies for working from home with kids, prioritizing self-care, and advocating for yourself in the workplace. Let us be your village! For the WebEx link and additional information email

sister circle

Fridays | 9am | Online

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is hosting Sister Circle, a space for women of color to meet, gain support, and promote positivity. For the WebEx link and additional information email Malaika Bell:

Recorded events

With Spring 2020 events moving to a virtual platform, the Eberly Center has had the opportunity to record some of our programs. You can check them out below!

Craftivism & COVID-19

Are you interested in using your crafting skills to help out during the pandemic? Check out our Craftivism & COVID-19 video to see how to make D.I.Y. masks, spread joy to neighbors, and brighten up your community.

Watch on YOUTUBE

Women & COVID-19: Advancing Gender Justice Amidst a Pandemic

Women have been on the frontlines during the coronavirus pandemic. Check out the conversation the Eberly Center had with United Way, Women of Toledo, the YWCA, and Utoledo departments to learn about how the pandemic is impacting women and what we can all do to continue the struggle for gender justice.

Watch on Youtube

Feminist Coloring

Coloring has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, improve motor skills and vision, improve sleep, and improve focus! The Eberly Center always has coloring sheets available in our student lounge and we want to continue to make feminist coloring sheets available to you. Check out our below collection of feminist coloring pages and share your masterpieces with us on social media!

Quote Coloring Pages

Sexual Assault Awareness Coloring Pages

National Network to End Domestic Violence Coloring Pages

Planned Parenthood Coloring Pages

Mother Earth Day Coloring Pages

Work Smart

The AAUW offers a free, online Work Smart workshop (for those who are interested in asking for raises or promotions). You can sign up to take it at your own pace online: Check it out! Once you have completed the workshop, please feel free to reach out to the Eberly Center with additional questions, or how this may apply to your own salary negotiation.

Last Updated: 5/20/20