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    Feminist Scholars Fellows – 2022/2023

    The Feminist Scholars Fellows for 2022-2023 have been chosen. Dr. Sandra Adell, Evjue Bascom Professor, of Afro-American Studies, and Dr. Sami Schalk, Associate Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies will be released from teaching to …

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    Rachel Litchman Wins L&S Ginsberg Family Award

    Gender & Women’s Studies Undergraduate student, Rachel Litchman, has been honored with the UW-Madison, College of Letters & Sciences Ginsberg Family Award. This award, formerly the Meyerhoff Undergraduate Excellence Awards for Leadership, Service and Scholarship,  …

  • Dr. Sami Schalk

    Sami Schalk Receives 2022 Honorary Rainbow Degree

    The Department of Gender & Women’s Studies is proud to announce that the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center (GSCC) has chosen Dr. Sami Schalk as their 2022 Honorary Rainbow Degree recipient. This award was created …

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    Cora Segal Wins 2022 Irving K. Zola Award

    Cora Segal (she/her), first year MA student in UW-Madison’s Department of Gender & Women’s Studies has been awarded the 2022 Irving K. Zola Emerging Scholar Award. The Irving K. Zola Emerging Scholar Award is an …

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    Spring 2022 Ruth Bleier Award Winner

    This year’s Dr. Ruth Bleier Scholarship in the Natural Sciences award winner is Kimberly Stathas (she/her). Kimberly is an undergraduate student with a planned graduation date of Spring 2023 with degrees in Biology, and Gender & Women’s …

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