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    Spring Internship Projects in GWS

    This spring, the GWS internship course went online. Students did fantastic work for Madison-based organizations like End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, Legal Action of Wisconsin, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Women’s Network, and the Office …

  • Day of the Badger Success!

    Thank you to all who contributed to the Department of Gender & Women’s Day of the Badger success! We are humbled and honored that so many of you chose to support Gender & Women’s Studies …

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    Whitney Anderson Receives GSCC Honorary Rainbow Degree

    Congratulations to Whitney Anderson, Program Coordinator for Open House Learning Community and GWS Administrative Assistant, who has received an Honorary Rainbow Degree from the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center!   This Honorary Degree highlights her …

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    Professor Keisha Lindsay Receives UW Exceptional Service Award

    GWS and Political Science Professor Keisha Lindsay has received the University’s Exceptional Service Award! This program supports faculty members, especially women and those from historically underrepresented groups, who are often asked to engage in service …

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    Faculty Focus: Kate Walsh

    Associate Professor Kate Walsh is our April Faculty Focus. Read more about Dr. Walsh below. Professor Walsh, who began her appointment in Fall 2020, holds an appointment in GWS and Psychology, and she is the …

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For GWS co-sponsorship requests, please email Prof. Janet Hyde preferably 4 weeks in advance. In 250 words or fewer, explain how the event pertains to gender, LGBTQ+ issues, and/or feminist concerns. Include a CV and the event date.

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