From nursing to gender and ethnic studies, the unique journey that prepared this senior for the U’s Master of Public Health program.
With nearly $900,000 in seed grants, the first 1U4U “collaboration incubator” has generated 33 interdisciplinary research projects.
U professor looks at gender, health and housework among older couples.
A new initiative is aimed at adding a global perspective to the division’s curriculum.
U launches School for Cultural and Social Transformation, paving the way for expanded research and educational contributions.
Week of events analyzes safe spaces for LGBTQIA community.
Kim Hackford-Peer, associate director of Gender Studies Program, named 2016 Linda K. Amos Award for Distinguished Service to Women recipient.
A heartfelt discussion with honors student Georgie Zamantakis about their journey to self-discovery, the meaning of a college education and the importance of taking risks.