News and Press Releases Archive
|Examining the Effect of Entrepreneurial Education Pedagogy on the Development of Women in STEM||
Faculty Seed Grant supports Dr. Aileen Huang-Saad's new pedagogical study on women in STEM
|Música Mestiza: A musical laboratory exploring the idea of “mestizaje.”||
IRWG's Faculty Seed Grant supports Katri Ervamaa's multi-disciplinary collaborative project
|Feminist Research Seminar 2016||
In March 2016, a group of scholars from around the U.S. and Canada communed in downtown Ann Arbor for Talmud Interrupted: Queering the Study of An Ancient Jewish “Classic”
|Is misuse of prescription painkillers among youth athletes leading to heroin use?||
Research Assistant Professor, Phil Veliz, discusses substance abuse among youth athletes
|Faculty Program Spotlight: Race, Colonialism and Sexualities Initiative||
Profile of the Race, Colonialism, and Sexualities Initiative, an IRWG faculty-led program in 2015-16.
|Multinational Pursuits: The Sisters Fund as Action-Research||
Sisters Fund recipient, Denise M. Saint Arnault seeks to understand barriers preventing victims of gender-based violence from seeking help in transnational study
|First Joan Schafer Research Faculty Award in Sport, Fitness, and Disability||
New research grant awarded to Petra Kuppers for project studying disability access in water-based movement programs.
|Study: Sports participation may keep teens from using heroin||
Teen athletes are less likely to abuse prescription opioids and heroin than non-athletes, indicating that sports participation may have a “protective factor,” according to a new study by IRWG researchers Philip Veliz, Carol Boyd and Sean Esteban McCabe.
|Teens Who Misuse Pain Meds are More Likely to Abuse Drugs as Adults||
A new University of Michigan study about substance abuse confirms why parents should properly dispose of leftover prescription opioids.
|Substance Use Among Adolescent Sexual Minority Athletes||
IRWG Researchers Carol J. Boyd, Sean Esteban McCabe, and Philip Veliz recently published an analysis of substance use among adolescent sexual minority athletes.