Online Webinar: Dr. Ada L. Sinacore
CWG Webinar Series Presents: Gender Prescriptions and Gender Based Violence: Deconstructing the Binaries
Friday November 22 at 12:00 p.m. MST
Alison Thompson: "A Volunteer Story"
Humanitarian and Author, Alison Thompson will be speaking at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday October 23,2013 in the TSC Auditorium.Read More
CWB Webinar Series: Melissa Simone
Melissa Simone is a 22 year-old doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at The New School for Social Research. Watch her webinar and see how she has been an activist for women and body image.Watch Now
CWG Awareded NCRW Emerging Center Award!
The Center for Women and Gender at Utah State University, in its third year of operation, has been recognized as the recipient of the 2013 Emerging Center Award from the NCRW (National Council for Research on Women).Read more
Lifetime Achievement Award - Lorna Wanless
Lorna Wanlass has served her community and other women throughout her life. Her service includes participating in the Children’s Theatre Board, projects for CAPSA, the American Red Cross, and the American Cancer Society.Watch Now
Early Career Award - Christina Roberts
Christina was chosen based on her accomplishments in, and dedication to, her role as Development Coordinator at the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation.Watch Now
Dr. Laura Kramer
Former Program Director for National Science Foundation ADVANCE.Watch Now
Dr. Alice Weinreb
Dr. Alice Weinreb presents an interactive lecture titled Cooking History: Science, Imagination, and the Power of CookbooksWatch Now
Dr. Sylvia Read
Dr. Sylvia Read, Associate Department Head School of Teacher Education and Leadership presents Reﬂecting on Teaching through Peer ReviewWatch Now
CWG Achievement Award Nominations
Submit your award nominations here.
Utah State University's Center for Women and Gender provides a professional and social climate to enhance opportunities through learning, discovery, and engagement. The Center's philosophy is that gender refers broadly to gender relations, social arrangements, organizations and institutions, masculinities and femininities, as well as gender discourses. The Center supports human empowerment in professional, social, and educational arenas by bringing together diverse expertise and resources.
- Online Webinar
11/22, 12 p.m. womenandgender.usu.edu
- Dr. Jane Catlin "Art Talk"
12/3, 11:30 a.m. Library 154
Strangely Dark, Painfully Bright: The Unbearable Lightness Of Seeing In Inferno Xxi And Paradiso Xxxiii
Alexa Sand—Associate Professor Of Art History Department Of Art And Design Caine College Of The Arts
Global Migrants, Guest Workers, And Good Mothers: A Comparative Study Of Gender And (Con)Temporary Labor Migration To Spain
Utah State University
North Carolina State University
Silvana Marlini, PhD
Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Sciences
Utah State University