Sponsored, Co-sponsored, and Related GWS Events 2015-2016
UPCOMING EVENTS, FALL 2015
Dana Shugar Colloquium Lecture
Traditions in Translation: Sons, Daughters, and Elder Care in China
Thursday, November 12 at 2:00pm
URI Carothers Library, Galanti Lounge
The Gender and Women's Studies Program is pleased to have Dr. Melanie Brasher, Assistant Professor of Sociology/Human Development and Family Studies, give this year's Dana Shugar Colloquium Lecture. Join us for this intriguing talk about elder care in China.
Annual Carlson Lecture
Tuesday, December 1 at 7:00pm
URI Edwards Auditorium
Liza Donnelly is a writer and cartoonist currently working with The New Yorker and Forbes. Her area of expertise is the use of humor and cartoons to promote gender equality and world peace. She is a cultural envoy for the U.S. State Department. This lecture is part of the Honors Colloquim The Power of Humor.
Triota Inductees and Graduation Brunch, May 2, 2015
To read the comments delivered by Professor Donna Hughes
at the Triota and Graduation Brunch, click here.
2015 Carlson Lecture and 2015 Schweers Lecture
Sponsored, Co-sponsored, and Related GWS Events 2013-2014
Dana Shugar Colloquium 2014 Annual Carlson Lecture 2014
Watch the lecture video here:
Annual Schweers Lecture 2014 Dana Shugar Colloquium 2014
Out of Diversity: We Speak 2013 Coming Up Short 2013
Sponsored, Co-sponsored, and Related GWS Events 2012-2013
Writing Lives: Reading 2013 Annual Schweers Lecture 2013
Dana Shugar Colloquium 2013
For information call 874-4620. Program access will be provided to persons with disabilities. If you need disability assistance, sign interpretation, or have questions about accessibility, please call 874-4620 at least 3 days in advance.
Congratulations to all our graduates!
University Academic Excellence Award Winners: Christine O'Connell (Theater), Tory Kern (GWS) and Kristin Pollard (Sociology)
2015 SCHWEERS LECTURE ON WOMEN AND HEALTH WITH NNEKA LEIBA
DANA SHUGAR COLLOQUIUM SERIES 2012
Human Rights in Transition: Democratization and Human Rights in Mexican States
Dr. Kristin Johnson
DIVERSITY WEEK 2012
He Continues to Make a Difference: The Story of Matthew Shepard