Learn about IRWG and IFIP's new research grant for faculty projects related to gender and firearms.
IRWG has awarded six Seed Grants for faculty projects on women, gender, and sexuality in 2023. The grants support individual research activities, initial research efforts, performances, and community-based research.
IRWG affiliates and seed grant recipients will host a community event featuring women of color environmental activists in Detroit on July 8th.
IRWG has awarded $15,000 to two faculty projects as part of a new incubator initiative.
Online workshop about finding, applying, and securing funding from federal agencies beyond NIH, NSF, and NEH, particularly focusing on opportunities available through various government departments.
Online session to highlight funding opportunities offered through the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation that may be of particular interest to IRWG Affiliates.
Online session for U-M faculty interested in learning more about IRWG funding opportunities, particularly Faculty Seed Grants and IRWG Incubators.
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.
Join us on Zoom to learn about key foundations funding research related to gender and sexuality.
Funded projects include individual research activities, initial research efforts, performances, and community-based research.