• Digital Citizenship, Health, and Wellness
    EVENT

    Digital Citizenship, Health, and Wellness

    October 25, 2018

    Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., and student assistants from the Youth, Media & Wellbeing Research Lab will share findings on two research projects -- a 2016 post-election survey on media and identity and a 2017-18 study on early adolescent social media use and wellbeing.

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  • Wellesley Centers for Women to Partner with University of Illinois at Chicago on $7 Million Depression Prevention Research Study
    NEWS

    WCW to Partner on $7 Million Depression Prevention Research Study

    September 2018

    WCW will partner with University of Illinois at Chicago on a $7 million, multi-year project to evaluate and compare depression prevention programs for teens. Over $1.6 million of the award will go to WCW.

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  • Summer Reading with Women's Review of Books
    NEWS

    Women's Review of Books Explores Stresses of Change

    September 2018

    The new issue explores stresses that can come with change and includes writers and books that span generations, disciplines, genders, and genres.

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international work  Linda Williams will travel to Stockholm, Sweden, in June 2005 for the Ninth European Conference on Traumatic Stress, where she will present “Violence Against Women and Children in Families Exposed to Terrorism and War.”

 

international work  Linda Williams will travel to Stockholm, Sweden, in June 2005 for the Ninth European Conference on Traumatic Stress, where she will present “Violence Against Women and Children in Families Exposed to Terrorism and War.”

 
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