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Tag: women’s and gender studies

Jun 23, 2016

CoastLine: Gender Differences in Speech – Perception or Power Dynamic?

Language is widely considered to be as much a function of gender as any other gender expression – whether clothing, gender-normative interests such as interior decorating, or personality traits. Caroline Myrick, sociolinguistics, featured. 

May 3, 2016

Research, Advocacy Lead International Studies Major to the UN

Maya Krishnan (International Studies and Business Administration) graduates this spring after serving as a fellow for the North Carolina advocacy group WomenNC. She also recently participated in the United Nation's 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. 

Apr 11, 2016

April Student of the Month: Jasmine Cannon

Jasmine Cannon is a senior Women's and Gender Studies major with an anthropology minor. In addition to working two internships at nonprofit organizations, Cannon is a Multicultural Student Affairs Office student assistant, an officer in three student groups and looks forward to getting her doctorate in Public Health. 

Apr 10, 2016

HB2 Makes North Carolina Less Safe

In an op-ed, directors of UNC system Women's and Gender Studies programs describe why they believe new state legislation (HB2) "goes far beyond ... transphobic discrimination" and creates a series of escalating problems for the people of North Carolina. Co-signed by Karey Harwood, Interdisciplinary Studies and Philosophy and Religious Studies. 

May 1, 2015

Social Justice, Sustainability, and the F Word

Lauren Frey takes the F word seriously. So seriously that she created a course around it. For that and other work to promote feminism (that F word) and gender equality on campus, in the community and internationally, NC State’s Council on the Status of Women awarded Frey ’17 with its Equity for Women student award. 

Mar 6, 2015

March Student of the Month

Mehr Sher (senior, International Studies) is passionate about global issues. She pursues that passion through involvement with campus groups and through undergraduate research. She is focusing on a career in public policy and foreign affairs.