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    Women’s Review of Books

    January/February 2021

    The latest issue of Women’s Review of Books is here! This issue discusses Black Womanhood, alienation, bodies of all sizes, and realizing one’s identity through reading.

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    Finding Fuel: A Workshop for Educators

    January 28, 2021

    Dr. Betsy Nordell will lead a workshop on educator wellbeing based on her newly published book.

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    Moving Forward from a Year of Sacrifice

    January 2021

    Dr. Layli Maparyan looks ahead to 2021 against the backdrop of 2020.

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  • Research & Action: A Better Child Care System is Essential to Gender Equality—and Economic Recovery
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    Research & Action: A Better Child Care System is Essential to Gender Equality—and Economic Recovery

    December 2020

    In our new Research & Action Report, Wendy Robeson, Ed.D., highlights the challenges working families face during the pandemic, and how a national child care policy could help.

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  • Advancing Racial Justice
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    Advancing Racial Justice Through Research and Action

    October 2020

    Panelists discuss how they advance racial justice in their work at WCW and share ways that others can take steps in their own lives to dismantle systemic racism.

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Women's Review of Books: January/February 2021

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Women’s Review of Books

January/February 2021

The latest issue of Women’s Review of Books is here! This issue discusses Black Womanhood, alienation, bodies of all sizes, and realizing one’s identity through reading.

Preview now>>

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Furthering Racial Justice Through Conversation

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04 SEED seminar webSEED Co-Directors Gail Cruise-Roberson and Emmy Howe share lessons from SEED on how to have difficult conversations within our communities.

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Family Communication About Dating is Changing During the Pandemic

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10 dad son serious conversation webA recent study highlights changes in the ways parents talk to their teens about dating and relationships during COVID-19.

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What NIOST Has Learned About Delivering Quality Virtual Learning Experiences

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09 young girl on computer webResearchers share lessons from their observations of 200 hours of online academic and general enrichment programs.

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COVID-19 Has Compounded Challenges for College Students Who Are Parents

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08 women with laptop and baby webAutumn Green, Ph.D., has created a number of helpful tools for student parents.

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Project Director Testifies Before Boston City Council on Social and Emotional Wellbeing in Education

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07 kamilah drummond 2020 webKamilah Drummond-Forrester, M.A., CAGS, testified at a hearing on reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Colleges Need to Include Info on Their Websites About Sexual Assault Response

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06 graduation caps webA WCW research team developed a checklist to aid institutions in designing and maintaining user-friendly website content related to the prevention of and response to sexual violence.

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Tracy Gladstone Takes on New Position of Research Director

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05 tracy gladstone webTracy Gladstone, Ph.D., will support WCW’s research scientists through peer review of proposals, thought partnership in mapping research trajectories, and mentorship.

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Study Examines the Role of Pets in Adolescents’ Online Social Interactions

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03 teen girl phone dog webA journal article co-authored by Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., explores how pets can act as either a substitute or a complement to social interactions online.

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Immigrant Entrepreneurs Will Play a Key Role in Economic Recovery

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02 woman mask opens store webThe share of immigrant entrepreneurs in the U.S. has increased, which means they will play a major role in the economic recovery from COVID-19, according to Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D.

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