Stories tagged with: Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program

Scripps doctoral student is one of only 100 scholars to win prestigious PEO Scholar Award

April 18, 2024 Sophie Downing, a Ph.D. student in communication studies, is excited to know she has a little financial breathing room this summer as she works on her dissertation.

Celebrating Women Leaders On and Off the Court

January 25, 2024 To celebrate these student leaders, an on-court recognition ceremony will be held during the halftime of the OHIO Women’s Basketball game on Jan. 31.

Students from five colleges admitted to Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture program

October 24, 2023 The Center for Law, Justice & Culture announced its next cohort of Ohio University students that have been admitted to the undergraduate Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture program.

OHIO student fuels passion for helping others through internship with Ohio Innocence Project

September 7, 2023 After Ohio University introduced Esme Miranda to the Ohio Innocence Project as a student organization they secured a summer internship as a social justice intern with the organization.

Betsy Kunstel helps students plan the academic journey that's just right for them

April 13, 2023 While the lure of living in Athens often inspires alumni to wish they could spend another year here, alumna Betsy Kunstel's job is to help students find their Goldilocks time at Ohio University.

Ohio University Chillicothe celebrates Women of Distinction

April 6, 2023 As part of Women’s History Month, Ohio University Chillicothe celebrated women who contribute to Ohio University Chillicothe and the greater Chillicothe community at the annual Women of Distinction program.  

OHIO Athletics and Ohio University Women’s Center to host halftime recognition on National Girls and Women in Sport Day

January 20, 2023 National Girls and Women in Sport Day (NGWSD) is an annual event powered by the Women’s Sport Foundation. Join OHIO Athletics and the Women's Center in celebrating the day and our student leaders.

Letitia Lyneka Price named assistant director of the Ohio University Women’s Center

December 8, 2022 After a nationwide search, Ohio University announces that Letitia Lyneka Price has joined the Women's Center as its assistant director.

Women’s Center to host series of panel discussions titled ‘Let’s Talk About Reproductive Rights’

October 13, 2022 “Let’s Talk About Reproductive Rights: A Series” is a three-part discussion on the history, politics and social justice aspects of reproductive health.

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Students design Black History of Ohio University Tour for Black Alumni Reunion

September 14, 2022 The tour was developed by Ohio University history students who wanted to highlight the story of Black perseverance, Black Education, and Black opportunity.

Ng provides insight into cancel culture in her new book ‘Cancel Culture: A Critical Analysis’

April 26, 2022 Eve Ng has published a new book on a phenomenon that has emerged in recent years across social media and in the culture at large – cancel culture.

OHIO student Maya Meade awarded Newman Civic Fellowship

April 25, 2022 Ohio University junior Maya Meade has been awarded the prestigious 2022 Newman Civic Fellowship.

Vanessa Obenewaa Antwi Doe studies effect of second-hand clothing market on Ghanaian seamstresses

April 6, 2022 Vanessa Obenewaa Antwi Doe will talk about her research, "Implications of fast fashion’s second-hand clothing market on seamstresses in the Ghanaian Textile Industry," at the Student Expo on April 7.

Contemporary History Institute to host conversation on voting rights on Feb. 10

January 31, 2022 The Contemporary History Institute will host a conversation on voting rights in the United States with Ohio University historians Katherine Jellison and Kim Little on Thursday, Feb. 10.

Class of 2021 | Madison Saylor has ‘tools to problem solve, stay humble, and create a better world’

December 8, 2021 Madison Saylor ’21 says her time at Ohio University has made her a stronger woman and “given me the tools to problem solve, stay humble, and create a better world.” Her next step is law school.