News and Press Releases Archive
|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.
|New Exhibit in Lane Hall Gallery - Winter 2019||
Nastassja Swift's solo exhibition in Lane Hall features wearable fiber sculptures, mixed media installation, and film, to trace the ancestral footsteps of the Black woman in Richmond, Virginia.
|Goals Matter: Exercising for Well-Being But Not Health or Appearance Predicts Future Exercise Among Parents||
IRWG research scientist and SHARP center director Michelle Segar co-authored a study to understand the goals that drive sustained exercise participation among parents.
|New Study Examines Teen Sexual Violence||
A groundbreaking new study led by IRWG Research Assistant Professor Quyen Ngo examines sexual violence and aggression among middle school and high school students.
|Video: Sexual Harassment in Medicine||
This panel included discussion of the impact of sexual harassment in academia on the career advancement of women in medicine. November 12, 2018.
|Giving Blueday 2018||
IRWG is pleased to participate in Giving Blueday once again this year!
|New Seed Grants to Support Faculty Research||
We're expanding our traditional faculty seed grant program to include more opportunities to promote collaborative interdisciplinary research in key areas related to gender & sexuality!
|Research Profile: Michelle Segar||
Profile of Michelle Segar, IRWG researcher and director of the SHARP center
|Building Capacity for Women’s Health||
Profile of IRWG program area offering peer reviewer trainings to support researchers in low-and-middle-income countries.
|Invisible Labor: A History of Female Migrant Domestics in Postcolonial Europe||
Profile of Dr. Rita Chin, a professor of modern European history and recent IRWG Faculty Seed Grant recipient.