News and Press Releases Archive
|Feminist Data Manifest-No||
The Feminist Data Manifest-NO is a collaboratively written set of declarations, refusals, and committments for feminist data studies.
|IRWG Celebrates a Quarter Century of Feminist Research||
We're celebrating IRWG's 25th anniversary in 2020.
|IRWG-Mcubed Research Incentive Grants Announced||
Six faculty cubes awarded additional funding to incorporate gender into research projects
|Women & The Vote: Franchise Struggles, 100 Years and Counting||
UM will celebrate the fight for the 19th amendment and interrogate its role in the history of struggles to extend the right to vote.
|U-M and MSU Gender Research Institutes Collaborate on Fall 2020 Conference on Women’s Suffrage, Past and Present||
In a historic collaboration, the Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG) at the University of Michigan, and Michigan State University's Center for Gender in Global Context (GenCen) and Department of History will jointly present the Gender, Women’s Suffrage, and Political Power: Past, Present, and Future (GWSPP) conference, November 19-21, 2020 at the Radisson Hotel in Lansing, Michigan, near the state capitol.
|Call for Proposals: Gender, Women's Suffrage & Political Power Conference||
Seeking proposals for individual papers, panels, individual discussion sessions, and conversational discussion panels. Submission deadline extended to May 8.
|Giving Blueday 2019||
IRWG is pleased to participate in Giving Blueday once again this year!
|Evaluating Reproductive Healthcare Services for Adolescents and Women with Physical Disabilities in Ethiopia||
Dr. Susan Ernst (Obstetrics & Gynecology, Medical School) used IRWG funding to gather preliminary evidence for developing a reproductive health care program to meet the special needs of Ethiopian adolescents and women with disabilities.
|IRWG seed grant supports first-of-its-kind mHealth app for teen girls||
Golfo Tzilos Wernette, an assistant professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry, hopes to help young women prevent STIs by developing the first known mobile app tailored for adolescent girls at risk for substance use and sexual risk taking.
|Measuring and Understanding Contemporary Street Protest||
IRWG research professor Michael T. Heaney recently co-authored an article in the journal Science Advances, which reviews methods for studying street protest, and assesses recent projects, including his own IRWG-supported study.