News and Announcements
A statement from Mary Jo Bona, Department Chair, on behalf of the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department:
"I want to assure graduate students that we as a department support you and recognize how upset you might be regarding recently published information on sociology professor, Michael Kimmel.
Should you have any further concerns or should you require more information regarding personnel matters in a confidential setting, I direct you to the
"It was only a matter of time"- Mother-Daughter Duo Graduate with Class of 2018. Anastasia Roura (BA in Women's and Gender Studies) and her mother, Helena Roura (BA in Anthropology and Sociology), graduated together, and we congratulate them both! Read more about their story here.
Congratulations to several WGSS PhD students featured in the Celebration of Success event hosted by the Graduate School. Accomplishments include:
Rachel Corbman received a 2018-2019 Mellon Public Humanities Fellowhsip from Humanities New York; a 2018-2019 Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship in Women's History from the New-York Historical Society; and a CLAGS fellowship for a dissertation, first book, or second book in LGBTQ Studies. Rachel also received an honarable mention for the Gregory Sprague Prize, awarded by the AHA's Committee on LGBT History.
Yalda Hamidi was accepted into the Iran Student Workshop at the University of Pennsylvania in May 2018, while Alexandra Novitskaya was accepted into "The Eurasian Migration System: A Sponsored Summer Workshop for Researchers" at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in June 2018.
Congratulations Rachel, Yalda, and Alex!
The department offers a Bachelor of Arts, Minor, and Combined Undergraduate Degree with a Master in Public Health (MPH).
The department offers a PhD and MA in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, as well as a Graduate Certificate.