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    GWS Chair Janet Hyde Receives Distinguished Publication Award

    GWS Chair, Director of the Center for Research on Gender and Women, and Professor of GWS and Psychology Janet Hyde’s 2019 American Psychologist article on “The future of sex and gender in psychology: Five challenges …

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    GWS Welcomes 4 Incoming MA Students

    GWS welcomes 4 incoming MA students:  Rodlyn-mae Banting, Jenny Fierro-Padilla, Sonia Olmos, and Amy Pearce. Below, please find brief bios for each of them; more information can be found on their respective pages, which are …

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    GWS Is Hiring a Department Administrator

    The Gender and Women’s Studies Department is seeking a Department Administrator. Please see this Jobs@UW link for more information and to apply. Applications are due on September 1, 2020.

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    GWS Welcomes 5 Incoming Faculty and 1 Postdoctoral Fellow

    GWS welcomes 5 incoming faculty and 1 incoming postdoctoral fellow.  Incoming faculty include Kelly Ward, Kate Walsh, Ruth Goldstein, Jess Waggoner, and Benjamin Mier-Cruz.  Kelsey Lewis is the incoming Postdoctoral Fellow.  Below, please find brief …

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    Jenny Higgins Has Received the Society of Family Planning Mentor Award

    GWS and Obstetrics and Gynecology Professor, and Director of UW-Madison Collaborative for Reproductive Equity (UW CORE), Jenny Higgins, has received the Society of Family Planning Mentor Award. This award recognizes Professor Higgins for her “dedication …

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April 29, 2021 @ 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm

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