May 21, 2020 Spring 2020 at Iowa State University is one for the history books! The challenge of transitioning to online instruction, remote work, living off campus, and moving home for many of our students during the global COVID-19 pandemic was truly monumental. I’m proud to say that the Women’s and Gender Studies Program has … Continue reading Message from the Director: May 2020 Updates
By Trinity Jones Megan Lutz (she/her/hers) is a graduating senior who will receive her degree in English and Public Relations with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies and Technical Communication. After taking many classes that were crossed-listed with WGS her interest in the program sparked. “The common theme was that I was so interested … Continue reading Congratulations to Megan Lutz, WGS minor
By Trinity Jones According to Iowa Code 708.11, stalking is defined as when a person “purposefully engages in course of conduct that would cause reasonable person to fear bodily injury to death to (themself) or immediate family; perpetrator knows or should have known that the person would be fearful and course of conduct actually induces … Continue reading WGS “Feminist Research in Action” Group Researches Stalking at ISU
By Trinity Jones Rachel O’Brien is a graduating senior from Stemwood, Illinois, with a double major in Women’s and Gender Studies and Journalism. Having decided on this double major during her first year of college, she sees what she learned in Women’s and Gender Studies intersecting with her career in many ways. “As a journalist, … Continue reading Congratulations to WGS Graduating Senior Rachel O’Brien
You can attend the LAS Convocation Virtually at 7pm on Friday, May 8. Spring/Summer 2020 Graduates Undergraduate Majors in Women’s and Gender Studies Ashlyn Butler English, Women’s and Gender Studies Sarah Hubbard Women’s and Gender Studies Shelby Krug English, Women’s and Gender Studies Olivia Lehman English, Women’s and Gender Studies Elise Margulies Animal Science, Women’s and … Continue reading Congratulation to our WGS Graduates!
By Trinity Jones April 22nd marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the day marked to honor Earth. Although Earth Day is just one day a year, activism for the planet continues year-round. Dr. Danielle Wirth had shown activism beyond the designated day for honoring the planet we live on. Dr. Wirth participated in a … Continue reading Eco Activism Beyond Earth Day