Six Wellesley College Students Accepted to Research Internship Program
Congratulations to the six Wellesley College students who were accepted to The Class of 1967 Internship Program at the Wellesley Centers for Women. Over the course of their 2018-2019 internships, they will gain hands-on social science research experience under the supervision and mentorship of a WCW research scientist. They will study diverse topics including gender-based violence, teen social media use, and career dynamics of men and women.
What Does It Mean to Be a Female Athlete?
On the Women Change Worlds blog, WCW Writer-in-Residence Laura Pappano questions new rules that would require some female track athletes to suppress their hormones with medication.

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New Women's Review of Books
The newest issue of Women's Review of Books fea tures memoirs by Nell Painter , Porochista Khakpour , and Leslie Jamison ; the artwork of Charlotte Salomon; and The Female Persuasion By Meg Wolitzer. Subscribers can read the full issue online now. Non-subscribers can read selected articles for free or purchase the issue.

Preventing Teen Depression
In May 2018, Tracy Gladstone, Ph.D., discussed a web-based teen depression prevention program. Data from a trial of the program suggest that at-risk teens who engage with the intervention may experience decreased depressive symptoms over time.

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Katherine Stone Kaufmann '67 Executive Director
Wellesley Centers for Women