Roxcy O’Neal Bolton, the founding mother of Florida’s modern feminist movement and a rambunctious, feather-ruffling presence on its civic and political landscape, died Wednesday in the city she championed and challenged for almost five decades. She was 90.
SEX TRAFFICKING WST 4930 U01 / INR 4931 U02 SPECIAL TOPICS M|W|F @ 12 – 12:50 pm
The Center for Women’s and Gender Studies will offer a new course in the fall focusing on the transgender experience. Following the lead of other universities, the course is the first step for what the Director of the Center, Yesim Darici, hopes to evolve into a transgender studies initiative.
Psychology professor, Asia Eaton helps Marine Corps tackle culture change..
CWGS Director Dr. Yesim Darici was invited as a panelist for FIU's 5th annual Women in Science Seminar!
Enroll in our new course WST-4930 Introduction to Transgender Studies with Dr. Justin Grant for Fall 2017!
Registration is now open for our WST 3120 Global Women's Writing: Gendered Experiences Across Societies & Cultures with Dr. Michaela Moura-Kocoglu
Registration is now open for our new WST 3015 Introduction: Global Gender and Women's Studies at BBC!
To celebrate CWGS 20th Anniversary of our BA Program we hosted "Women's Rights in Miami" were we talked about different organizations in our community that are currently working on initiatives for LGBT and Gender Equality. Speakers included FIU Professor Dr. Maria Ilcheva, SAVE manager Carla Peña, MDC Commissioner Operations Manager Adele Valencia, and Miami Workers Center Lutze Segu. It was an extrordinary discussion and encourage everyone to get involved with these wonderful advocacy programs!
Friday March 3, 2017 the SFL Student Conference on Human Trafficking was held at FIU with our very own Sandy Skelaney the Program Director for the Center for Women and Gender Studies "Initiative for Gender Violence Prevention" as a Keynote Speaker. Ms. Skelaney discussed issues currently affecting our community such as sexual exploitation of women and children and the legislature currently working to prevent these acts from occurring and the many ways we can work together to improve them.