News and Press Releases Archive
|Video: Sexual Harassment in the Sciences||
This panel included discussion of the impact of sexual harassment in academia on the career advancement of women in the sciences. October 18, 2018.
|Graduate Student Spotlight: Sandhya Narayanan, PhD Candidate, Anthropology||
Profile of Sandhya Narayanan, Anthropology graduate student who used IRWG funding to research the linguistic and social consequences of inter-indigenous language contact and use among market women in Peru.
|Coaching faculty on research agendas and grant proposals||
How Jocelyn Stitt views her role as Program Director for Faculty Research Development
|Welcome back from IRWG director Anna Kirkland||
A Word from IRWG Director, Anna Kirkland
|Sexual Harassment in the Academy||
New report on sexual harassment in academic science, medicine, and engineering is the focus of IRWG-sponsored panel discussions this fall.
|Graduate Student Spotlight: Marzia Oceno, PhD Candidate, Political Science||
Profile of Marzia Oceno, Political Science graduate student who used IRWG funding to research women's support for female political candidates
|Faculty Spotlight: Feminist Scholarship in China||
While on sabbatical last year, Professor Wang Zheng (Research Scientist, IRWG) spent 10 months in China, conducting research, planning and attending academic conferences, and pursuing feminist scholarship and knowledge.
|From U.S. Women’s History to the History of Chinese Feminism -- How Feminism has Transformed the World||
The Chinese news outlet, The Paper, recently published an interview with IRWG Research Scientist Wang Zheng about her longtime work on feminism in the US and China.
|Timely Interventions Help Spot Signs of Teen Dating Violence||
A recent study led by IRWG Research Assistant Professor Quyen Ngo, found that one session of a behavioral intervention held in the emergency department can reduce underage drinking, dating violence perpetration, and depression symptoms in teens.
|Academic institutions can do more to change culture to prevent sexual harassment||
Three University of Michigan professors on committee that released new national report