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Not Only Funding, But a Family

The first 29 Fannie Barrier Williams Scholars are realizing their full potential through support they’ve found in the program and in one another.

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Women & Gender Studies Professor Serves as Invited Faculty for the Summer ’21 Virtual NYI

The NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition, and Culture (NYI) is an advanced study program with focus on linguistics, cognitive, and critical cultural studies. Dr. Barbara LeSavoy’s Seminar was titled ” Navigating Identities: Intersectional Politics of Race, Class, Gender, and Civic Voice.”

Administrative,Diversity,Student News

Free Online Ordering for Menstrual Products

Health Promotion and Prevention Education is piloting a free online menstrual products ordering system. If you would like to order supplies for your residence hall, department, or you know a student in need, please complete or share the our ordering form.

Academic News

Tambria Schroeder

Women’s Studies, Political Science, and International Studies with a Certificate in French Studies; Honors College

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Contested Memories: The Intimate Public & Technologies of Affect in Memorializing Holocaust Trauma

Dr. Barbara LeSavoy, Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies, coauthored the chapter “Contested Memories: The Intimate Public & Technologies of Affect in Memorializing Holocaust Trauma” with Dr. Donna Kowal, emerita Honors College Director and Professor of Communication.

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Women & Gender Studies Professor Interviewed by Business Insider

Dr. Barb LeSavoy, Associate Professor in the Department of Women and Gender Studies, was recently interviewed by Business Insider on what intersectional feminist books to read for 2020-21.

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Women & Gender Studies Professor is a Panelist on Geva Theater’s Feminist Lens Symposium

Dr. Barb LeSavoy, Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies, will serve as a panelist for a discussion focused on Geva’s production of Jane Eyre seen through feminist and Black feminist perspectives.

Academic News,Student News

Antiracism Education Fellowship Available for Brockport Graduate Student

This opportunity is for a SUNY Brockport Graduate student looking for work experience in community development, nonprofit, and antiracism work for the 2021-2022 academic year.

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Professor Co-Edits Special Issue of Disability Studies Quarterly

The most recent issue of Disability Studies Quarterly focused on Sex Work and Disability was co-edited by Dr. Milo Obourn, Chair of the Department of Women and Gender Studies and faculty member in the Department of English.

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Mackenzie April

B.S. in Women’s Studies & Creative Writing