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yellow post-it note held to a piece of string by a blue binder clip. The post-it note reads "Top 5 ways Jocelyn helps faculty with grants" 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

Fall 2014 FRS - "Feminist Postcolonial Science and Technology Studies: Instigations, Interrogations and New Developments" Feminist Research Seminar Updates

Catching up with the participants of IRWG's inaugural Feminist Research Seminar.

photo of Petra Kuppers in a swimming pool, holding another person 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 11.28.17 logo Giving Blueday 2017

IRWG is pleased to participate in Giving Blueday once again this year!

color photo of Patrick Meehan Graduate Student Spotlight: Patrick Meehan

Feature story on 2017 Boyd/Williams Dissertation Grant recipient, Patrick Meehan

What is Queer Dance?

Faculty Seed Grant recipient, Clara Croft, investigates "queer dance" through live performance, a book, and website.

black and white photo of a Mayan woman in Guatemala. She faces the camera holding a bouquet of flowers. Mountains, clouds and water are in the background. Upcoming Exhibitions in Lane Hall Gallery

Fall 2018 Lane Hall Gallery exhibition features photographs by Fran Antmann, taken in Guatemala over a period from 2006 to 2017, that evoke the life and culture of the indigenous communities that live along the shores of Lake Atitlán.

Photo of Faculty Seed Grant recipient, Shobita Parthasarathy Science and Technology: Understanding the Logics behind Grassroots Innovation in India

Faculty Seed Grant recipient, Shobita Parthasarathy, gathers preliminary research for her project on science and technology innovation in India.

Black and white photo of a group of people in 1907, posed in front of large house and front porch with a Michigan banner. 147 Years of the “Dangerous Experiment”

Bicentennial course and corresponding public events explore women's and LGBTQ history at U-M.

headshot of Sarah Fenstermaker A Word from Outgoing IRWG Director, Sarah Fenstermaker

"As I reflect on my time at IRWG I am moved to recall the wonderful work the IRWG staff and I have accomplished together in a short time. . ."