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Letter from the Department Head
Greetings! It is with great excitement that I’d like to introduce myself as the new Department Head of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies.  My name (More)
Celebrating Our Faculty and Students
From L to R: Melanie Johnson, Tessa Ervin, Dr. Christie Launius, and Mercedes Payton. Faculty and (More)
Faculty Profile: Dr. Rachel Levitt
Dr. Rachel Levitt received their PhD in American Studies from the University of New Mexico and joined the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies department as an Assistant Professor in 2017. Their research, which is being supported by a Faculty Enhance (More)
Faculty Profile: Dr. Susan Rensing
Susan Rensing was trained in the history of science, medicine, gender, and sexuality and earned her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. She joined (More)
K-State GWSS Faculty Serve as National Leaders on Transgender Justice in Academia
Dr. Rachel Levitt and Dr. Harlan Weaver, along with their colleague Dr. Cáel M. Keegan from Grand Valley State University, spent spring break in Chicago training the chairs and directors of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies programs from across th (More)
Dr. Padilla Carroll presents work in Australia
Dr. Valerie Padilla Carroll participated in "Placing Gender," a workshop on gender and environmental history hosted in Sydney, Australia in December 2018. At the worksho (More)
Triota at K-State
      This has been a fant (More)
Dick and Sandra Haines establish new fund
  The Haines Daughters Women's Studies Pioneering Excellence Fund honors the memory of three of Dick Haines' great-aunts, who came to Kansas as children with their parents as part of the battle to bring Kansas into the Union as a free rather (More)
First awards made from newly endowed Kathleen C. Goetsch Scholarship
Dean of Libraries Lori Goetsch A generous gift from Lori Goetsch, Dean of the K-State L (More)
Study Abroad Scholarship Winner: Siera Shirley
Siera Shirley, sophomore from Wichita, KS, received the 1st Hospitality Management Study  (More)
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