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Sep
17
Longtime advocate for social and political change, Sister Simone will speak about poverty in America, the effect on women and children, and the path for progressive change. Presented by the Institute for Research on Women & Gender and St. Mary Student Parish with cosponsorship from the Institute for Research on Women & Gender, Ford School of Public Policy, Ross School of Business, School of Social Work, and the Women's Studies Department.
2013 - 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Mar
21
Free and open to the public. Race and gender discrimination play an enormous role in all of our institutions, including media. This lecture will provide concepts, tools, and stories that help us close gaps and generate unity. A leading figure in the racial justice movement, Rinku Sen has positioned the Applied Research Center as a national home for media, research and activism for social change.
2013 - 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Dec
02
Free and open to the public. Title IX is widely known and has become synonymous in many Americans' minds with gender equity in sport. Yet, like any law, it is limited. Inequities continue inside and outside of sport--inequities that are beyond the direct legal reach of Title IX. Misunderstanding the limits of Title IX has an ironic effect. On the one hand, it can fuel a backlash that blames Title IX for problems associated with some men's sports.
2011 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Nov
07
Free and open to the public. The panel examines current issues that confront women in the workplace. Consideration of workplace victimization, the integration of gendered and professional identities, and the effect of gender-hostile work environments on attributions of success will be addressed. This event is free and open to the public. This event is sponsored by the Institute for Research on Women & Gender.
2011 - 3:00 pm to 12:00 am
Feb
19
Peggy McIntosh , Senior Research Scientist and Associate Director, Wellesley Centers for Women. Attendance at this event is limited to the Ford School community. For more information, please contact Tresa Kappil: tkappil@umich.edu . Brought to you by Students of Color in Public Policy (SCPP) & Ford School Student Affairs Committee (SAC).
2008 - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm

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