Amy Campbell, Friend of GSS, has her article "Academics First, Then Athletics" published in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
"When Helping Rape Victims Hurts a College’s Reputation", an article by Caroline Kitchener, was published in The Atlantic. Caroline is a member of the GSS Certificate Class of 2014 and this article is based on the research done for her thesis.
Brian Herrera, Assistant Professor of Theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts and Affiliated Faculty with the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, has received a 2014-15 Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellowship, a research fellowship awarded by the University of Texas at Austin.
"‘Thuggish': A Hypocritical Pretext for Killing Black People" an article written by GSS Graduate Student Tikia Hamilton was published in Urban Cusp.
Cartoonist Alison Bechdel ‘in shock’ after winning $625,000 ‘genius’ grant.
The graphic memoirist is among 21 recipients of this year’s MacArthur Foundation no-strings-attached stipend.
A Columbia University student’s performance piece is a protest against the university’s handling of her charges of sexual assault on campus.
GSS Certificate Student Namiah Hakim '16, was selected as one of seven ambassadors for the Women and Girls Rising Conference.
This conference will be held September 11-13 at the Roosevelt Institute, a progressive policy think tank. This invitation-only conference will convene major leaders on gender issues from organizations like the UN, the Center for Reproductive Rights, Planned Parenthood, Human Rights Watch, etc.
Several GSS Certificate Students attended the 8th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop at Duke University. This workshop offered a unique opportunity for scholars to engage in sustained dialogue about feminist theory as a scholarly domain of inquiry.
Naimah Hakim '16, Brittney Edmonds (English, GS) , Nimisha Barton (History, GS), Kat Huemoeller (Classics, GS), Nicholas Williams '15
- 1 of 5
- next ›