The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) at the University of Utah serves as the central resource for educational and support services for women. Honoring the complexities of women’s identities, the WRC facilitates choices and changes through programs, counseling, and training grounded in a commitment to advance social justice and equality.
WRC nominated for 2012/2013 "Outstanding Practicum Agency of the Year Award"
The Women's Resource Center at the University of Utah has been nominated for the College of Social Work's 2012/2013 "Outstanding Practicum Agency of the Year Award". We are honored to be nominated for this wonderful award. This award was instituted in 1985 and is an annual award which recognizes the outstanding constributions of participating agencies.
Our very own Debra Daniels director of the WRC talks with Troy Williams of KRCL 90.9FM on growing up as a black woman in Ogden, childhood memories, and her hope of balanced power with men. Listen to the interview.
ECOFEMINISM WORKING GROUP: Our purpose is to provide a space for the Greater Salt Lake Community to learn, engage, and connect with the natural spaces within themselves and within an urban environment.
Read the article written by Rose Jones for The Utah Daily Chronicle.
The Women’s Resource Center has been sponsoring students for over 10 years as a part of our initiative to recruit, retain and graduate underserved students.
Join us on March 22 and make a difference with Love UT Give UT.
Debra Daniels, Director of the WRC and Co‐Chair of the Student Affairs Diversity Council, was honored with the Rosa Parks Award at the NAACP Salt Lake Branch’s 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Luncheon.
Attending this conference is a rare and wonderful opportunity to join a large contingent of feminist social justice activists, practitioners, academics, and students from around the United States and the world as we celebrate International Women’s Day and a long tradition of AWP annual conferences.
The Go Girlz Community Initiative is a program the Women's Resource Center developed in 2004 to target underserved populations, primarily minority, first generation, economically disadvantaged female students.