University of Venus

University of Venus is a collaborative venture bringing together the voices of GenX women in higher education from around the globe.

University of Venus started out as a blog, quickly gained support, and is now a nonprofit in the making focused on advocacy and leadership development. You can find our more about the University of Venus nonprofit here.

The University of Venus blog was created by Mary Churchill and Meg Palladino and launched with a collaborative of writers in February 2010. In July of 2010, we partnered with Inside Higher Ed to reach a broader readership from around the world. You can find an archive of our posts from February-July 2010 here.

At University of Venus we are committed to using social media to build community, create solutions, and find ways to reinvent higher education. You can find us on Facebook (University of Venus) and on Twitter (@UVenus).

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Most Recent Articles

July 22, 2020
COVID coping mechanisms.
July 19, 2020
Join the University of Venus.
April 6, 2020
Any words of wisdom to share with our community?
March 24, 2020
How has COVID-19 impacted you and how is your campus responding?
February 24, 2020
What are your best tips for taking time for lunch?
February 11, 2020
Make 2020 the year you write with us.
February 4, 2020
Explaining how colleges work to friends and family.
January 27, 2020
The season of conferences.
January 9, 2020
What is your word for 2020?
November 26, 2019
Thank you from the writers at University of Venus.

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July 2, 2019
Summer is often a time when academics in the U.S. set big goals and make great strides on their writing and/or research and when staff and administrators work on major projects. Do you have writing, research, and/or project goals for the summer and, if so, how’s it going so far?  Elizabeth Lewis Pardoe, Northwestern University
June 1, 2012
What’s New at UVenus: ●        Curt Rice at University of Venus at The Guardian with Why Women Leave Academia and Why Universities Should Be Worried.
December 31, 2011
What would you like the word to be that captures 2012 for you?
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