News and Press Releases Archive
|Graduate Student Fellowships Awarded||
Announcing the 2018 Graduate Student fellowship recipients
|Labors of Love and Loss - About the Exhibit||
Artists' statements and information about Labors of Love and Loss, a mixed media exhibit by Marianetta Porter and Lisa Olson, on display in Lane Hall Gallery through July.
|TRANS HEALTH ACTIVISM IN DETROIT: MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER||
As part of the 2018 MLK symposium, IRWG presented a panel discussion about trans health activism in Detroit, on January 26 in the Michigan League. The purpose was to explore the important work of transgender and gender nonconforming communities and their allies to build safety, opportunity, and access to health and wellness services for all.
|IRWG Symposium Generates New Feminist Scholarship on Inequality and the Neoliberal State||
Newly published book edited by Leela Fernandes explores feminist perspectives on the varied and often contradictory nature of state practices, structures, and ideologies
|2018 Faculty Seed Grant Awards Announced||
Announcing the 2018 Faculty Seed Grant recipients for projects on women, gender, and sexuality
|Research Support Services||
Jocelyn Fenton Stitt, Program Director for Faculty Research Development, helps U-M faculty advance their research by finding extramural funding sources an
|Feminist Research Seminar Updates||
Catching up with the participants of IRWG's inaugural Feminist Research Seminar.
|Water-Based Movement Training: A Disabled Woman’s Journey - Petra Kuppers||
Feature story about Petra Kuppers' research project on water-based movement training for people with disabilities. Kuppers was the recipient of the 2016 Joan Schafer Research Faculty Award in Sport, Fitness, and Disability.
|Giving Blueday 2017||
IRWG is pleased to participate in Giving Blueday once again this year!
|Graduate Student Spotlight: Patrick Meehan||
Feature story on 2017 Boyd/Williams Dissertation Grant recipient, Patrick Meehan