Under Anna Kirkland’s directorship, IRWG is growing as a networking hub for research collaborations that seek to tackle big societal issues related to gender.
Our annual newsletter, Genderscapes is a great time to share some of the successes we have had supporting faculty with funding for their research.
Professor Elizabeth Roberts and her research team have recently begun fieldwork in Mexico City, as part of her “Neighborhood Environments as Socio-Techno-bio Systems: Water Quality, Public Trust, and Health in Mexico City."
How Jocelyn Stitt views her role as Program Director for Faculty Research Development
Jocelyn Fenton Stitt, Program Director for Faculty Research Development, helps U-M faculty advance their research by finding extramural funding sources and developing grant proposals.
But how does it actually work?
Jocelyn explains the Top 5 ways she works with Faculty on Grants:
U-M sociologists Sandra R. Levitsky and Elizabeth A. Armstrong have received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their project entitled "Leaders and Laggards: Explaining Variation in University Responses to Sexual Violence in a Changing Legal Environment."
Three year NSF-funded study led by sociologists Elizabeth A. Armstrong and Sandra R. Levitsky, investigating how universities respond to campus sexual assault in a tumultuous legal environment.
IRWG staff: finding, applying for, and securing federal and foundation research funding for UM faculty
Jocelyn Fenton Stitt serves as an advocate for advancing research on gender or sexuality by finding funding sources and developing grant proposals. Learn more about Dr. Stitt and how she can help faculty members develop their research.