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SOAR logo: Student Opportunities for AIDS/HIV Research SOAR Applications Open for Fall '24

An opportunity for undergraduate students: SOAR applications for Fall 2024 are open!

photo of a plant seedling growing up through a mound of soil Winter funding opportunities for faculty research

We are thrilled to announce a series of upcoming research funding opportunities for University of Michigan faculty. With application deadlines extended to February 23, 2024, these opportunities hold immense potential for groundbreaking advancements across a variety of disciplines.

“Rogério as Mother,” photo by Nicholas Williams Lane Hall Exhibit explores embodiments of gender and grief

In a new exhibit in Lane Hall, Rogério M. Pinto (School of Social Work) invites audiences to take part in his exploration of myriad embodied gender states based on intersecting childhood traumas and life experiences.

photo of Melynda J. Price Melynda Price receives grant to co-direct Monument Workshop at the University of Kentucky

IRWG director Melynda Price and Professor Zachary Bray of the University of Kentucky's J. David Rosenberg College of Law, have been awarded a $2 million grant by the Mellon Foundation to establish the Monument Workshop at the University of Kentucky. 

photo of Ava Purkiss handing a book to a woman across a table Gender: New Works, New Questions series highlights faculty books

November 2023

A student looks closely at a digital print on canvas in the Lane Hall exhibit space Arts & Resistance: Feminist art meets science and the history of invention

Through a grant from the Arts Initiative, Sarah Buckius took part in several events to engage the public this fall.

List of GS2 events Global South Gender and Sexuality (GS2) Collective Announces Speaker Series

The Global South Gender and Sexuality (GS2) Collective is excited to unveil the lineup for its 2023/2024 speaker series.

photo of 3D fabric plushy with ribbons, spark plugs, bobby pins and other electronic piece protruding Lane Hall Exhibit playfully explores the intersections of art, feminism, and the STEM field

Explore the intricate and interlocking world of Sarah Buckius’ “!!!techn010ffspring!!!” where feminist art meets science and the history of invention! Special programs include a creative workshop, interactive performance, and artist talk & reception.

Call for Nominations: Lane Hall Exhibit Space Call for Exhibit Nominations

The Women's and Gender Studies Department and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender invite nominations for an exhibit to be hosted in the Lane Hall Exhibit Space from January–July or Augus

photo of three people working on the large scroll in Lane Hall's back hallway Lane Hall Artwork moves to UMMA

Joanne Leonard's  22-foot-long scroll, Reel Family, donated to the U-M Museum of Art's permanent collection.