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Annual Report

UC Women's Center releases 2015 Annual Report

July 15, 2015: The 2015 Annual Report is organized by the center's goals and includes detail on the following programs: WILL (Women in Leadership and Learning) cohort program; RECLAIM Peer Advocate program; RECLAIM educational programs; Survivor Advocacy & Support Services; Institutional Advocacy (ie Campus Readiness Project and External Program Review); and Student Professional Development. 

This year's report was produced by DAAP co-op student, Samuel Cook and we thank him for lending his expertise to help us tell the story of the center's work!   Click here to view report or download report below...

For more information about the 2015 Annual Report, contact 


(L to R): Ann Brown, Yearling Committee Rep; Ifrah Aliawi, Yearling Recipient; Christina Black, Yearling Committee Rep.

Senior Ifrah Aliawi Awarded Yearling Scholarship

February 11, 2015: Ifrah Aliawi, a senior Biology major/Chemistry minor, has been named the Yearling Scholarship Recipient for Spring 2015. Aliawi is passionate about education and the opportunities it affords those who pursue it.  She is looking forward to beginning a promising career in the sciences and is motivated to use her work to make a difference in the world. 

The Yearling Scholarship is awarded to non-traditional female students at NKU, Thomas More College, Gateway Community & Technical College and the University of Cincinnati.  Since 1986, The Yearlings, Inc. has given over $835,000 to charities and The Yearlings Scholarship funds.

For more info about The Yearlings, Inc.,visit

Lynn Rosenthal

Lynn Rosenthal, White House Advisor on Violence Against Women

The University of Cincinnati proudly welcomes Lynn Rosenthal,
White House Advisor on Violence Against Women

November 21, 2014: The #ItsOnUs forum and associated Title IX Coordinators Panel and Student Leaders Break-Out Sessions will serve as an opportunity to hear directly from the White House on current responses to sexual violence on campus including: White House Task Force recommendations, national responses to the recommendations, and the recently launched #ItsOnUs campaign. 

This event continues the partnership of advocacy between students in the RECLAIM Peer Advocate program, Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence (OAESV), and the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault which began earlier this year as the recommendations were being developed.  It is an honor to have UC’s campus programming and student advocacy recognized in this way and we do hope the community will join us as the discussion moves forward with the launch of the #ItsOnUs campaign.  

To read more about the #UCItsOnUs campaign, click here...

Get connected with #UCItsOnUs on facebook! Click here...

Tweet #UCItsOnUs and share your support for the prevention of sexual assault! 

For more information about this event contact or phone 216-658-1381.