What's Up in GWS

  • Visiting Professor
Martin School of Public Policy and Administration
*The students from the GWS 599 capstone course will be giving their presentations on May 3!
*Charlie Zhang was featured in a study article about 2016's best and worst cities for single moms.  Check out the WalletHub article. 
*Panelists for the Bodies of Evidence: "Policing Fat Bodies" panel on March 30, 2016:
*Panelists for the Bodies of Evidence: Provocations: A Transnational Feminist History Project panel on Feb 29, 2016 at the Young Library Auditorium:

*The Spring 2016 GWS Newsletter is now available.  See it here.
*Check out Susan Bordo's  newest article, " History Lesson For a Young Sanders Supporter" in the Huffington Post.  
*Congratulations to Jenna Goldsmith on being awarded the 2016-2017 Lexington Herald-Leader Fellowship Award and the UK Women's Club Fellowship Award.  Jenna is a doctoral student in English and graduate certificate student in Gender & Women's Studies.  
* Congratualtions to GWS major and AAAS minor Rockia Harris for her SEC Dr. Pepper Education Abroad Award.  Twenty-eight students representing each Southeastern Conference university were chosen to study abroad during the 2015-16 academic year, the result of a contribution to the league by Dr Pepper.  Rockia is one of two UK recipients and will be traveling to South Africa. Read more.  
*Melissa Stein was interviewed Sept 2, 2015, about her recently published book, Measuring Manhood: Race and the Science of Masculinity, 1830-1934, on the LA-based radio/podcast program, Uprising with Sonali. Check it out here!
* The GWS Fall 2015 newsletter is here.  Check it out!
Cristina Alcalde, Susan Bordo, and Ellen Rosenman, co-editors of Provocations, participated in a guest blog spot for University of California Press and discussed their new book.     

*Check out GWS' Year in Review, 2014-2015.

*Congratulations to GWS graduate certificate student Brittany Cook Barrineau, who has been named as a recipient of the Fulbirght U.S Student Program Scholarship.  UK recipients are among more than 1,900 US citizens who will travel abroad for the 2015-2016 academic year through the Fulbight Program.  Brittany Cook Barrineau, a doctoral student in Geography, will be doing research in Jordan. See the full story at UK Now. 



















































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