In response to the changing needs of our community, IRWG has been rethinking some of our long standing programs. Faculty-Led Program Areas will now have an annual call and an initial program period of two years with the possibility of renewal, and a new name.
The University of Michigan Institute for Research on Women & Gender invites inquiries and nominations for its next Director.
Fall reception for IRWG affiliates and community members.
Funded projects include individual research activities, initial research efforts, performances, and community-based research.
A presentation for new and junior faculty at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
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
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.
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Professor Allison Alexy as interim director of IRWG.
Funded projects include collaborative projects across the humanities, social sciences, performing arts, environmental, and health research
Q&A with past Seed Grant recipient and reviewer, Denise Saint Arnault and IRWG Program Director Rebecca Irvine, for prospective applicants.