• Women's Review of Books
    NEWS

    Women’s Review of Books

    July/August 2020

    The latest issue of Women's Review of Books highlights the Black Lives Matter movement, LGBTQ perspectives and experiences, female bodies and power.

    Preview now>>

  • Immigrants Play a Critical Role in Economic Recovery
    BLOG

    Immigrants Play a Critical Role in Economic Recovery

    July 2020

    On our blog, Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D., discusses the critical role immigrants play in pandemic recovery.

    Keep reading>>

  • Self-Care as Resistance
    BLOG

    Self-Care as Resistance

    June 2020

    On our blog, Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, M.A., CAGS, of Open Circle discusses self-care as a form of resistance.

    Keep reading>>

  • Research & Action Midyear Brief
    NEWS

    Pivoting Our Work in Response to COVID-19

    June 2020

    Our new Research & Action Report highlights how we are shifting our work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, while continuing to drive social change.

    Preview Now>>

  • WCW Statement on Anti-Racism Protests
    NEWS

    WCW Statement on Anti-Racism Protests

    June 2020

    We are energized by the thousands of anti-racist activists pushing for change and for dismantling the structural racism rooted in our daily lives. This change is long overdue.

    Keep reading>>

Previous Slide Next Slide
The

Wellesley Centers for Women 

is a research and action institute at Wellesley College that is focused on women and gender and driven by social change.
Our mission is to advance gender equality, social justice, and human wellbeing through high-quality research, theory, and action programs.

PROJECTS

Give

A World That Is Good for Women Is Good for Everyone TM

GO TO GIVE

Wellesley Centers for Women

Recommendations for U.S. Policymakers: Skilled Immigration Policy

Tags:

Sari Pekkela Kerr, Ph.D, senior research scientist/economist, Wellesley Centers for Women

U.S. Is Lagging Behind in Skilled Immigration Policy

Research demonstrates highly positive impacts of skilled immigration resulting in countries competing globally for talent. Although many countries are continuously introducing new policies to attract more skilled workers, the U.S. immigration policy is in a gridlock with little progress.

Wellesley Centers for Women

Recommendations for U.S. Policymakers: Paid Family Leave

Tags:

Sari Pekkela Kerr, Ph.D, senior research scientist/economist, Wellesley Centers for Women

U.S. Does Not Have Paid (Federal) Family Leave

Although research shows clear benefits of family leave, the U.S. remains the only developed country that does not offer paid family leave for its workers. This hampers women’s work efforts and endangers the wellbeing of children.

Wellesley Centers for Women

Commentary with Laura Pappano: Olympics Are Gold for Women Athletes

Tags:

The Olympics may be—on the surface—about international goodwill, but they are more baldly about political competition. They also offer a report card on gender equity progress. One could credit the rise of women’s athletics in the U.S., not to the passage of Title IX in 1972, but to the Cold War realization that the medal gap between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was essentially the difference in women’s participation.

Wellesley Centers for Women

Q&A with Erin Johnson, Ph.D.

Tags:

Wellesley Centers for Women Welcomes Two New Research Scientists

Research Scientist Erin Johnson is a microeconomist who studies questions in health care such as how physicians respond to financial incentives when making treatment decisions. In addition to measuring impacts of various factors on treatment, her work is interested in the resultant impacts on patient health, which she measures using patient diagnoses and other health indicators. Some of her current work examines how the physician-patient relationship affects treatment.

Wellesley Centers for Women

The Women's Sports Leadership Project

Tags:

Wellesley Centers for Women

Jean Baker Miller Training Institute

Tags:

Wellesley Centers for Women

Justice and Gender-Based Violence Research Initiative

Tags:

Wellesley Centers for Women

Dating Violence Prevention Program for Each Grade in Middle School

Tags:

Wellesley Centers for Women

Dating Violence Prevention Programs in Public Middle Schools (Shifting Boundaries)

Tags:
Our website uses cookies to enhance your experience. By continuing to use our site, or clicking "Continue", you are agreeing to our privacy policy.
Continue Privacy Policy