Alumna Spotlight on Mallory Edgar
"Learning more about the history of the health professions – particularly through a critical lens that considered issues of race, sex, gender, etc. – actually helped to solidify my interest in public health."
Alumna Spotlight on Jaya Kolisetty
"I think that the GWS program does a fantastic job of encouraging students to recognize and explore different forms of privilege and oppression and creates a space for students to challenge themselves to critically evaluate their beliefs and the systems in which they operate. Classes are interesting and engaging and a GWS degree can serve as a strong foundation for many professions or further study."
Undergraduate Student Spotlight on Anuoluwapo Osideko
"I have enjoyed the raw, unfiltered truth that instructors give to the class. When I enter the room they do not treat me like a student, rather as if I were their colleague constantly challenging my views and theories beyond certain issues."
- PS 377 Topics in Contemporary Political Theory with GWS Professor Samantha Frost
Looking for a course on current political events? GWS Professor Samantha Frost will be teaching PS 377 Topics in Contemporary Political Theory: The Politics and Principles of Dissent in the Spring 2015 semester.
- Register for GWS 363: Gender, Health & Popular Culture
- GWS Professor Karen Flynn will be teaching GWS 363 in the Spring of 2015. Register for this exciting class today!
- Melissa Villa-NIcholas Awarded GWS Smalley Fellowship for the 2015 Academic Year
Villa-Nicholas' research focuses on Latina telecommunication workers at AT&T from 1973-1984.