Siena Women's Center
The Siena Women's Center promotes awareness of issues concerning women in today's world, and serves as Molloy's resource center for research by and about women. It houses the Women's Studies library, which contains an impressive collection of scholarly and popular books and periodicals. The Center also serves as a resource for referral information in matters pertaining to key issues in the lives of women.
The Siena Center offers a variety of lectures, discussions and symposia exploring topics of interest and importance to women. Each spring, the Voices of Women Academic Symposium, sponsored by the Siena Women's Center, brings notable scholars to speak at Molloy. Each fall, the Center sponsors the annual Catherine of Siena Lecture. The Florence Levenson Memorial Lecture Series features prominent speakers addressing subjects of contemporary interest and concern.
Throughout the academic year, discussions on issues pertinent to women are sponsored by the Center and moderated by Molloy faculty members. The Center also supports Molloy's minor in women's studies. Information concerning discussion topics and presentations are available from the Siena Women's Center office in K117A Kellenberg Hall, or by phone at 516.323.3020.