EMU's International Women's Day 2017 - Michigan National Public Radio reports:
WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES LECTURE SERIES
Triota Honor Society Presents:
Feb. 15th 12noon-2:00pm REALtalk Student Panel "No Justice No Peace: Stand Up Speak Up" Black History Month
McKenney Hall Tower Room 348
Feb. 16th 7:00pm-9:00pm "No Justice No Peace: Stand Up Speak Up" Black History Month Open Mic Showcase
Student Center Auditorium
Oct. 27th “Gender in the 2016 Elections” Panel Discussion 4:00pm-6:00pm
McKenney Hall, Tower Room
Nov. 2nd Nalgona Positivity Pride, Speaker: “Gloria Moyocoytzin” 12:30-2:00pm Halle Library, room G03
Nov. 13th “As We Go On: Queer Story” The ARC Ann Arbor Ozone House/The Neutral Zone/Corner Health 1:00pm-4:00pm
Dr. Marilyn Corsianos was the 2015 recipient of the Distinguished Scholar award from the
American Society of Criminology's Division on Women and Crime in Washington D.C. This award is given annually to recognize outstanding scholarly contributions to the field of women and crime by an established scholar.
Mona Eltahawy, Egyptian Journalist and author of Headscarve and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution, is coming to EMU on Monday, October 5th!
Reception: 5pm McKenny Hall, Alumni Room
Lecture: 6pm McKenny Hall, Tower Room
Celebrate 40 years of WGST at EMU!!
WGST Graduate Student Conference CFP -
"Intersectionality: Theory and Action, Interweaving Scholarship, Activism, and Community"
All Proposals due: Nov. 15th, 2015, midnight
Conference date: December 3rd & 4th, EMU
Send Proposals to: email@example.com
WGST RECIEVES A GENEROUS GIFT FROM AMY SEETOO IN THE FORM OF A $10,000.00 ENDOWMENT
Ms.Seetoo created the "Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Seetoo Travel Scholarship" for WGST faculty and students.
- This scholarship will cover travel for students and/or faculty in their scholarly pursuits, including conference presentations and conducting research.
WGST Grad Students travel to hear Judith Butler lecture: "The Ethics and Politics of Non-Violence" at University of Notre Dame, April 2015
GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH:
Liz Johnk presented the "The Rift: An Ecofeminist Investigation of Sexual Violence" at the Ecojustice and Activism Conference at EMU.
Liz has had a paper accepted at the Queertopia Conference at Northwestern University, "Kinky Consent: How Kink and BDSM Communities Contribute to the Dialogue Around Consent."
Mark Doebbler has had a paper accepted at the Queertopia conference, "Skryim's Performativity of Marriage, Gender, and Sexuality in Relation to Queer Gaming "Failure"
Three WGST Undergraduate students presented papers at the EMU Undergraduate Symposium:
Moli Shomer, "The Homeless Orthodox Jewish Women: A Model for Building Female Spaces for Masculine Places"
Connor Rivera, "The History and Advancement of Transgender Healthcare"
Samuel Teeple "(Wo)men Who Have Sex with Men: Problematizing Behavior Based Models in HIV AIDS Research
Faculty Member Dr. Elizabeth Currans Wins the Women's Resource Center "Women of Excellence" Award, and Faculty Research Fellowship
Faculty Member Dr. Solange Simoes Elected as a Delegate to the United Nations, and awarded Faculty Research Fellowship
- Associate Professor Solange Simoes recently attended the 59th Session of the United Nations Committee on The Status of Women, in her role as a delegate representing Sociologist for Women in Society in the UN Socio-Economic Council. She sits on the UN Economic and Social Council and attends the annual meeting of the UN Committee on the Status of Women, which works with the Committee to Eliminate all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the UN Women, and more.
Faculty Member Dr. Ashley Falzetti receives a Provost's New Faculty Award
WGST RECEIVES TWO WOMEN IN PHILANTHROPY AWARDS FOR 2015-16:
Dr.Ashley Falzetti, "Woman to Woman: Agonquian grammar in the home.."
Dr.Jacqueline Goodman, "Unpacking the Morroccan Feminist Movement's Success", supporting graduate and undergraduate research assistants: Nada Al Hanouti and Laura Green to research the feminist movement in Morocco
WGST DEPARTMENT MEMBER RECEIVES FULBRIGHT AWARD TO TEACH WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES IN PAKISTAN
Department member Dr. Linda Pritchard received a Fulbright Award and taught at the Fatima Jinnah Women University
in Pakistan, March, 2014
WGST DEPARTMENT MEMBERS RECEIVE PRESTIGEOUS AWARDS:
Department Member Dr. Marilyn Corsianos, received the Robert W. Collins Distinguished Faculty Award- Research II
Department member, Dr. Tricia McTague, has been selected for the Kevin E. Ruble Fellowship administered through Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations
Department Members Dr. Margaret Crouch and Dr. John Palladino receive Teaching Excellence Awards
- Professor Margaret Crouch and Associate Professor John Palladino were both honored at the Alumni Association's Teaching Excellence Awards Breakfast on Saturday, November 3, 2012. Dr. Crouch, whose home department is History and Philosophy, teaches extensively in the Women's and Gender Studies, and was nominated by several graduates of our Master of Arts in Women's and Gender Studies program for her work as a mentor and for supporting our graduate students in their thesis work.
- Dr. John Palladino, whose home department is Special Education, was nominated by his department for his work with exceptional children and his commitment to foster care in the State of Michigan. He teaches WGST 202: Introduction to Gender and Sexuality.
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