WCW hosted a parallel event during the 62nd United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
Feminist writer and activist Jennifer Baumgardner has been named editor in chief of Women’s Review of Books.
From afterschool programs to conversations about sex, research from WCW recognizes the profound ways adults can ensure healthy adolescent development.
Economist Sari Kerr, Ph.D., co-authored papers immigrant entrepreneurs, start ups, networking, and collaborative patents to better understand today’s workforce.
Scholars at WCW spoke at conferences and workshops on early child care and social and emotional learning, two crucial education areas.
To help prevent depression before it starts, Tracy Gladstone and her colleagues developed a web-based program for at-risk teens.
Drs. Linda Williams and Nan Stein share findings on the prosecution of sexual violence and sexual harassment in schools, respectively.
WCW scholars research and discuss issues around society and leadership, like supports for working women, social justice, and womanism.