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Published: Monday, 12 Sep 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

GenCen is excited to co-sponsor two upcoming events featuring Laurens Buijs, a prominent scholar of Dutch public policy, mainly in the realm of LGBTQ politics. Both of these events are co-sponsored by James Madison College, the Center for Gender in Global Context, Lyman Briggs College, the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, and the LBGT Resource Center.



Published: Thursday, 01 Sep 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

GenCen is excited to congratulate our GPID Working Papers Managing Editor, Jessica Ott, on receiving a Fulbright-Hays DDRA! Her project description is below.



Published: Monday, 29 Aug 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

Interested candidates are invited to apply for the position of Co-Director of International Research and Engagement at the Center for Gender in Global Context at Michigan State University.



Published: Wednesday, 08 Jun 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

International Studies and Programs has named Stephanie Nawyn as co-director for academic programs, outreach, and engagement for the Center for Gender in Global Context (GenCen), effective August 15. In this role, Nawyn will be responsible for developing and managing related academic programs, including the major and minor in women's and gender studies, the graduate specialization in gender studies, and the new LGBTQ minor.



Published: Thursday, 12 May 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

Congrats to WGS Minor Alissa Lyon for receiving the CAL Houvener Memorial Scholarship! Alissa Lyon is a senior from Winchester, Virginia, majoring in Anthropology and French and minoring in Women's and Gender Studies. She is the recipient of the Harris "Frank" Beeman Scholarship and is a member of the Undergraduate Anthropology Club, Phi Beta Kappa, and Pi Delta Phi, the National French Honor Society.



Published: Wednesday, 11 May 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

WGS Minor Kiana Elkins receives a CAL Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities Study Abroad Support Fellowship! Kiana Elkins is majoring in Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies. She serves as the Membership Chair of Successful Black Women of MSU, and is a co-founder of the MSU LEAD Campaign. Ms. Elkins has volunteered for the Boys & Girls Club and The House of Promise and studied abroad in Ireland her freshman year.



Published: Tuesday, 10 May 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

WGS Graduate Specialization student Trevor Nelson receives a CISAH Somers Teaching Award from the College of Arts and Letters! Trevor Nelson is an M.A. student in the College of Music, pursing a degree in Musicology, as well as an Interdisciplinary Graduate Specialization in Women's and Gender Studies through the College of Arts & Letters. His research focuses on female opera composers in Great Britain during the long 19th century, queer pop music reception, and more.



Published: Friday, 06 May 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

Congratulations to our graduating Women and Gender Studies seniors! We are so proud of all their accomplishments at MSU and we know that they will go on to do even bigger and better things!



Published: Friday, 08 Apr 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

On Sunday, April 10th, Dr. Lisa Fine and Dr. Anne Ferguson will be honored at the 2016 Lavender Reception and Mosaic Awards. Lisa and Anne have been relentless advocates for sexuality and gender scholarship at Michigan State University and demonstrated brilliant administrative leadership as the architects of LGBTQ+ Studies.



Published: Friday, 08 Apr 2016
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

Sandra Kim from Everyday Feminism—Building Inclusive Leadership to Develop Anti-Oppression Work Environments
April 12, 6:30-8:00pm, Kellogg Center Auditorium (219 S Harrison Rd)
Workshop with Sandra Kim—How To Engage in Intersectional Listening Versus Privileged Listening
April 13, 9:00-10:30am, 303 International Center

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