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."
Alumnus Spotlight on Tad Andracki
"Having a background in GWS has been useful in some "concrete" ways—making me conscious of the gender, race, and sexual components of our library collection, for example—but I'd like to think that it makes a difference in my day-to-day practice as an educator."
- Registering for Spring Courses? Check these out!
- Course highlights include GWS 378: Fairy Tales & Gender Formation and GWS 590: Critical Disability Studies.
- SOLHOT video by Michellay Wells
Michellay Wells of Saving Our Lives, Hear Our Truths (SOLHOT), created this SOLHOT video for a class project.
- Feministing's Sesali B. writes on SOLHOT's Black Girl Genius Week
"For me, #BGGW was a reunion, or better yet, a homecoming. More than the return to my former university, I was grateful that Black Girl Genius Week brought me back to the SOLHOT space."