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Sandy Skelaney, program director of the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies Initiative for Gender Violence Prevention helped as part of the Women's Rally's executive planning committee.
On Saturday, January 21st, America witnessed the largest inaugural protest in US history. The event was organized in order to raise awareness for a number of intersectional issues such as reproductive rights, women’s rights, the rights of trans individuals, the rights of people of color, and human rights in general.
FIU psychology professor Lindsay Malloy publishes her story on CNN regarding her false positive Zika test while pregnant with her second child.
Monday, February 13th, 2017, Canadian-based, pro-life organization, Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, returned for their yearly display of graphic images to protest abortion. In response, the CWGS, WSSA, and WSGSA showed up to counter-protest and show solidarity with women and reproductive justice. The Center and its student orgs set up a table in front of the large anti-choice display with their own positive messages.
It's that time for CWGS students to submit their applications for the Elaine Gordon Scholarship in Women's Studies. The deadline for submission is March 13, 2017. Please click above for more details.
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.
Dr. Burns was invited to be a part of two Featured Feminist Scientific Symposia at the Association for Women in Psychology conference held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in March 2017.
Great turnout during the Spring 2017 Semester Welcome Back Party. It was held in AHC4 402 and everyone enjoyed the pizza, sodas and dessert.
It’s Women’s History Month, and FIU has plenty of remarkable females to credit for its success. The individuals featured here join an impressive list of trailblazers who embraced great challenges, led by example and set the standards that still impact us today.
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.
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.
Weeks spent more than 30 years as a neuroscientist with FIU, joining the faculty in 1986. She served as director of QBIC — Quantifying Biology in the Classroom — an in-depth biological sciences program and was an affiliate faculty member of what would become the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies.
Dr. Michaela Moura-Kocoglu, postdoctoral associate for the Center for the Women's and Gender Studies, has had her article published by the Oxford University Press under Contemporary Women's Writing.
Dr. Gladys Ibañez, assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology at Florida International University’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work, is one of four researchers in the country to receive funding from University of California at Davis’ Latino Aging Research Resource Center (LARRC) for its 2017-2018 pilot program.