Join Rebecca Shea Irvine on Zoom to learn about IRWG's internal funding opportunities for U-M faculty research.
SOAR is a two-year training program for juniors and seniors at U-M Ann Arbor focused on cultivating the next generation of behavioral and social science researchers on HIV.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently announced they are implementing new reporting requirements for grantees related to instances of harassment, bullying, retaliation, or creating hostile working conditions.
Funded projects include collaborative projects across the humanities, social sciences, performing arts, environmental, and health research
This faculty-led program aims to create an interdisciplinary community of scholars whose work on behavior change pertains to boosting the health and well- being of individuals, communities, organizations, and our greater society in sustainable ways.
A virtual event presented by IRWG's Initiative on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment
Interview with Rebecca Shea Irvine, who joined IRWG as the Program Director for Faculty Research Development in June 2021.
IRWG received a five year, $1.2 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to develop and implement an innovative academic and research mentoring program for undergraduate students across the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus.
IRWG has awarded 12 Seed Grants for faculty projects on women, gender, sexuality, and health.
Prof. Ketra Armstrong recently published a report on women in sports leadership in Michigan, based on research findings from a survey of Michigan sports leaders.