As the culminating event for participants in the Student Opportunities for AIDS/HIV Research (SOAR) program, this symposium features a keynote talk and presentations by SOAR scholars who share findings from their behavioral and social science research related to HIV and/or sexual and gender minority populations.
Introducing the inaugural cohort of students in the NIH-funded Student Opportunities for AIDS/HIV Research (SOAR) program.
Researchers at U-M seek to reduce barriers to research participation by advocating for alternative options for incentive payments.
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.
Part 2 - Faculty share their research progress to examine how their scholarship is working towards the goal of ending gender-based violence and sexual harassment across contexts
Faculty share their research progress to examine how their scholarship is working towards the goal of ending gender-based violence and sexual harassment across contexts
Congratulations to LSA student Lauren Doyle for earning a Blue Ribbon award for her outstanding poster and presentation during the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program virtual symposium! Lauren worked with IRWG researcher Michael Heaney on his project studying political protests.
IRWG is pleased to participate in Giving Blueday once again this year!
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.