Michelle Segar wrote a commentary for the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity arguing for new messaging strategies in alignment with the WHO's 2020 guidelines on physical activity.
An opinion piece in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science calls on colleges and universities to demonstrate “institutional courage” and take immediate, evidence-based steps toward addressing sexual harassment on campus.
Social scientists from around the country, including IRWG's Anna Kirkland, are collaborating as part of a Working Group on Readying Populations for the COVID-19 Vaccine.
IRWG research professor Michael T. Heaney recently co-authored an article in the journal Science Advances, which reviews methods for studying street protest, and assesses recent projects, including his own IRWG-supported study.
IRWG is delighted to host a number of new people in Lane Hall this academic year, from research affiliates to postdoctoral fellows and visiting scholars.
Michael Heaney's study, "Intersectionality at the Grassroots" was recently published in the journal Politics, Groups, and Identities
The “Transnational Feminist Histories” project hosted a nine-day feminist summer institute, organized by Professor Wang Zheng. Participants included young feminist students and scholars who have been working on the history of international socialist feminism.
In a new commentary for the American College of Sports Medicine, Dr. Michelle Segar (IRWG Research Scientist & SHARP center director) and Dr. Martin Gibala (McMaster University) propose a new metaphor for thinking about physical activity: a movement menu.
IRWG research scientist and SHARP center director Michelle Segar co-authored a study to understand the goals that drive sustained exercise participation among parents.
A groundbreaking new study led by IRWG Research Assistant Professor Quyen Ngo examines sexual violence and aggression among middle school and high school students.