There are over 180 IRWG faculty affiliates from more than 61 different departments which make up a core group we look to for creating collaborations, meeting like-minded scholars, and participating in planning sessions and brainstorming to build ambitious research projects. Gender may be the primary focus of their work, or it may be just one part among many.
Faculty affiliates also take part in Expert Advisory Panels, who convene for lunchtime conversations and reviews of each other's grant proposals and other similar written work. Co-facilitated by director Anna Kirkland, and director of research development, Dr. Jocelyn Stitt, these regular meetings include IRWG affiliates, postdoctoral fellows, and other gender scholars from the 3 campuses, with lunch provided in Lane Hall. Attendees will receive a copy of the work to be reviewed in advance. The goal of these panels is to augment our faculty networks and to spur interesting, new relationships and ideas.
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Associate Professor, Architecture and Urban Planning
Assistant Professor of Epidemiology
Professor, Dept of Afroamerican and African Studies, the Residential College, and Women's & Gender Studies
Assistant Professor of Public Policy
Assistant Professor of Information, School of Information
Clinical Lecturer of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Assistant Professor of Information
Associate Professor of Population Studies Center
Professor of French, Women's Studies, and Comparative Literature
Professor of Art & Design, English, and Women's Studies
Research Assistant Professor, Applied Biostatistics Laboratory, Department of Systems, Populations and Leadership, School of Nursing
Research Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Associate Professor of History and Judaic Studies
Assistant Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures
Sheldon D. Rose Collegiate Professor of Social Work