Wed Feb 21 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Thu Feb 22 2024

  • What's the Deal With Masculinity?
    5:30pm - 7:00pm
    Davis Center, Unity Lounge, 3rd Floor

    Join the WAGE and Interfaith Centers for food, discussion, and storytelling as we explore masculinity in all its forms. We invite students, staff, and community members in a shame-free environment to discuss views on masculinity, self-advocacy, relationships, and identity. Open to all—RSVP here: https://go.uvm.edu/qm1x9

Tue Feb 27 2024

  • MARCH! Award Nominations are now open!
    12:39am - 12:39am

    WAGE is excited to announce that our awards for MARCH! A Celebration of Leaders in Gender Equity are open now! There are awards for students, staff, and faculty - and some come with a cash prize!

    Nominate your friends, favorite professors, and mentors by clicking here: https://forms.office.com/r/AsEwXTwsBD

    Submissions will close March 8th.

    We cannot wait to read all about who you nominate!

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Feb 28 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Mar 05 2024

  • MARCH! Award Nominations are now open!
    12:39am - 12:39am

    WAGE is excited to announce that our awards for MARCH! A Celebration of Leaders in Gender Equity are open now! There are awards for students, staff, and faculty - and some come with a cash prize!

    Nominate your friends, favorite professors, and mentors by clicking here: https://forms.office.com/r/AsEwXTwsBD

    Submissions will close March 8th.

    We cannot wait to read all about who you nominate!

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Mar 06 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Mar 12 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Mar 13 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Mar 19 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Mar 20 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Mon Mar 25 2024

  • MARCH! A Celebration of Leaders in Gender Equity
    5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Davis Center, Grand Maple Ballroom

    MARCH! A Celebration of Leaders in Gender Equity

    The Women & Gender Equity Center and Student Government Association come together each March to celebrate the contributions of those on our campus working for gender equity and intersectional belonging. Please join us on March 8th from 5-7pm at the Davis Center, Grand Maple Ballroom.

    List of Awards:

    Outstanding Faculty Award
    For significant contributions to gender equity at UVM.

    Social Justice Activist Award
    For work in intersectional feminist activism.

    Edith Hendley Award
    For demonstrated excellence in research, scholarship, and teaching, and for their dedicated service to women and includes a cash prize.

    Mariafranca Morselli Leadership Award
    For leadership qualities, academic excellence in the sciences, and significant contributions to the awareness on campus of the rights of women and includes a cash prize.

    Outstanding Athlete Award
    For significant achievements in their sport, academics, service to their community, and work towards gender equity.

    Lydia Dodge Award
    For significant contributions to the WAGE Center.

    Outstanding Staff Award
    For significant contributions to gender equity at UVM

    The Women of UVM’s Mary Martha Whitworth Award
    This award is to recognize an undergraduate woman who excels in areas of study and campus or community activities or associations, and helps advance the position of women. The nominee should exhibit many of the following criteria:

    Be a strong advocate for women and women’s issues, demonstrated by her involvement in one or more activities that help advance the position of women and/or children on campus or in the community.
    Exhibit leadership skills and be a role model for other women and girls.
    Demonstrate a commitment to social justice and to empowering women.
    Be dedicated to helping women and/or girls achieve their goals.
    Be an advocate for positive social change to create a more equitable society.
    Exhibit qualities of teamwork, integrity, and dedication.
    Be respected within the UVM community.

    This honor currently carries a monetary award of $1,000. The Women of UVM Mary Martha Whitworth Award is sponsored and funded by the Women of UVM, a more than 100-year-old social group whose mission is to promote the wellbeing and happiness of women through their physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual health. While its roots are tied to the University of Vermont, is it now an independent organization. Mary Martha was a proud member of the Women of UVM.

Tue Mar 26 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Mar 27 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Apr 02 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Apr 03 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Apr 09 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Apr 10 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Apr 16 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Apr 17 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Apr 23 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed Apr 24 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue Apr 30 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>

Wed May 01 2024

  • UVM Mindfulness with Julia Patkin & Marlie Hunt
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Come to the WAGE center Wednesdays from 12-1!
    The UVM Mindfulness Instructors, Julia Patkin and Marlie Hunt would love to meet you and connect. Each week they will hold space to practice mindfulness in community and create connections. These mindfulness sessions will include activities such as guided meditation, crafts, and mindful movement. Mindfulness and meditation are all about bringing your attention to the present moment and moving through life with a sense curiosity. You do not need to have any previous mindfulness or meditation experience to come.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    For students of all identities!

    No registration required, just drop in!

Tue May 07 2024

  • Let's Talk with Olivia Sanders
    2:00pm - 4:30pm
    WAGE Center, 34 South Williams St.

    Let’s Talk provides 30-minute informal drop-in consultations with a CAPS Counselor. Simply drop into the WAGE Center space and sign up on the CAPS sheet by the front door for one of the afternoon’s open spots. The Counseling office is located behind the craft room, pass the kitchen, it will be on the door at your left. If you have question, feel free to ask any of the WAGE Center staff in one of the other offices.

    Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources on campus and in the community.


    Let’s Talk at the WAGE Center is intended for students of all identifies. Appointments are first come, first served. Confidential space is available for private, in-person, and/or virtual counseling appointments.

    Questions? Email LivingWell@uvm.edu<mailto:LivingWell@uvm.edu>