News and Press Releases Archive
|IRWG Mcubed Research Incentive||
The Institute for Research on Women announces an incentive competition for funded Mcubed collaborations
|New study shows shows that the Women's March promotes support for intersectional activism||
Michael Heaney's study, "Intersectionality at the Grassroots" was recently published in the journal Politics, Groups, and Identities
|Transnational Feminist Summer Institute||
The “Transnational Feminist Histories” project hosted a nine-day feminist summer institute, organized by Professor Wang Zheng. Participants included young feminist students and scholars who have been working on the history of international socialist feminism.
|Announcing 2019 Faculty Seed Grant Awards||
The Institute for Research on Women and Gender has awarded 24 Seed Grants for faculty projects on women, gender, and sexuality.
|Water Insecurity and Gender in Mexico City||
Professor Elizabeth Roberts and her research team have recently begun fieldwork in Mexico City, as part of her “Neighborhood Environments as Socio-Techno-bio Systems: Water Quality, Public Trust, and Health in Mexico City."
|Reflections on the Updated Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans||
In a new commentary for the American College of Sports Medicine, Dr. Michelle Segar (IRWG Research Scientist & SHARP center director) and Dr. Martin Gibala (McMaster University) propose a new metaphor for thinking about physical activity: a movement menu.
|Feminist Research Seminar: Reverberations||
Scholarships and publications emerging from IRWG's Feminist Research Seminars
|Announcing 2019 Graduate Student Research Awards||
The Institute for Research on Women and Gender has awarded 11 graduate students funding to support wide-ranging projects related to women, gender, and sexuality.
|Speaking on Sudanese Activism in D.C.||
Professor Amal Hassan Fadlalla featured at Woodrow Wilson Center
|Expanding our Network: IRWG Faculty Affiliates||
Michigan faculty are engaged in all kinds of exciting research. From healthcare to the humanities, the scope of gender research is vast.