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photo of Elizabeth Armstrong ‘Mandatory Reporting Is Exactly Not What Victims Need’

In a recent essay for the Chronicle of Higher Education, Professor Elizabeth Armstrong, Kathryn Holland,and Jennifer Freyd, highlight the damage that could be caused by new proposed Title IX regulations from the Department of Education

photo of Anna Kirkland Anna Kirkland Awarded Collegiate Professorship

Outgoing IRWG director Anna Kirkland will be appointed as the Kim Lane Scheppele Collegiate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, effective September 1.

photo of Allison Alexy Allison Alexy Appointed IRWG Interim Director

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Professor Allison Alexy as interim director of IRWG. 

"I have a crisis for you": Women Artists of Ukraine Respond to War

The Lane Hall exhibit space hosts an exhibition of art by Ukrainian women artists responding to war.

orange square with an illustration of a speech bubble. A grumpy emoji face is inside the bubble, indicating hostile communications NIH to require grantees report instances of bullying, harassment, hostile working conditions

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently announced they are implementing new reporting requirements for grantees related to instances of harassment, bullying, retaliation, or creating hostile working conditions.

"2022 faculty seed grant awards" surrounded by illustrations of flowers 2022 FACULTY SEED GRANT AWARDS

Funded projects include collaborative projects across the humanities, social sciences, performing arts, environmental, and health research

image of three elderly people seated on a bench in Ukraine, text above and below the photo has details about the exhibit Invisible Women: Portraits of Aging in Ukraine

Summer exhibit in Lane Hall showcases photographs and watercolor paintings of Ukraine’s older generation of women. On view through August 18, 2022.

photo of Anna Kirkland Anna Kirkland to Step Down as IRWG Director in August

Anna Kirkland will step down in August 2022 after a five-year term as executive director of IRWG.

photos of Rebecca Irvine and Alexus Roane Examining the Role of Research Development in Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

IRWG research project aims to explore how research development professionals can help faculty integrate diversity, equity & inclusion frameworks into their research.

decorative image with colorful flowers. Text reads "2022 Graduate Student Research Fellowships" Announcing 2022 Graduate Student Research Awards

IRWG has awarded 10 graduate students funding to support wide-ranging projects related to women, gender, and sexuality.