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    Associate Professor Kate Walsh Has Been Awarded a $500,000 U.S. Department of Justice Grant

    Kate Walsh, Associate Professor of GWS and Psychology, and head of the of the Sexual Violence Research Initiative, has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crimes, …

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    Shaunna Newton – Alumni Spotlight, Class of 2017

    Shaunna Newton graduated from UW-Madison with majors in Gender and Women’s Studies and Spanish and a certificate in Global Health in 2017. Shaunna completed a MPH at the University of Maryland in 2019. How does …

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    CORE is Hiring

    CORE (Collaborative for Reproductive Equity) is hiring for two positions who will help build CORE and share their expertise in support of its mission. In keeping with CORE’s values, CORE is especially excited about candidates …

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    Open House LC + Wheelhouse

    Open House LC and Wheelhouse Studios came together last week for a LGBTQ+ pride themed watercolor night and had a blast! It was a great time to (virtually) gather and paint the progress pride flag …

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    Florence Howe, “Mother of Women’s Studies,” Has Passed Away

    Florence Howe, outstanding graduate student in the Department of English at UW-Madison from 1951-1954, has passed away. Howe was a prominent leader in the world-wide feminist transformation of education, and is widely accepted as the …

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