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Women’s Studies Changed its Department Name to GENDER, WOMEN and SEXUALITY STUDIES (GWSS)
by T. Dickinson In spring 2016 the Department of Women's Studies changed its name to the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies to better represent the the scope of our department. Throughout our history at K-State, Women’s Studies has (More)
What Happens When Students Become Teachers?
By Laura Thacker, Women’s Studies Major and Graduate Certificate Earner As of this writing, I am 28 years old and teaching a cl (More)
Good Reads: Little Red Readings by Professor Angela Hubler
By T. Dickinson The next time you go to the library or search online for a good read, look for Little Red Readings: Historical Materialist Perspectives on Children’s Literature, edited by Angela E. Hubler (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississi (More)
Celebrating Our Faculty and Students
by T. Dickinson In May 2016, we celebrated the success of the 2015-2016 graduating students. Graduate Certificates were earned by Chrischelle Borhani, Patricia Butler, Lyla P. Brooks, Kynsey Creel, Allen Mallory, Maria Ruiz, and Adena Weiser. A nu (More)
Dr. Torry Dickinson Retires after Twenty Years with Women's Studies
by Angela Hubler This spring, Dr. Torry Dickinson retired after serving the Department of Women's Studies, and Kansas State University as a whole, with commitment and passion, for 20 years.  Torry earned her bachelor of arts degree in Sociology fr (More)
Dr. Bonnie Nelson, Former Director of Women's Studies, Retires
Dr. Bonnie Nelson, former Director of Women's Studies, and Women's Studies affiliated faculty member since 1992, retired from the English Department in May 2016.  Throughout her 33 years at Kansas State, Bonnie's teaching, service, and scholarship re (More)
Dr. Sue Zschoche Retires from Department of History
One of Women's Studies longest-standing affiliated faculty members, Dr. Sue Zschoche, retired in May 2016. Sue was closely involved in the governance of the department, and taught a number of courses that students identifyas vital to their understand (More)
What it Means to Me: Joining K-State’s Faculty
by Harlan Weaver As the newest faculty member in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, I am delighted to introduce myself to the GWSS community! I come to K-State after working as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Davidson College. Prior to that, (More)
Educating the Next Generation of Change Agents in GWSS Classes
By Tom Sarmiento Students in my Advanced Fundamentals of Women’s Studies (WOMST 305) are excited about the Women’s Studies Department’s name change to Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies (GWSS). Comprised of majors, minors, and students generally (More)
Our Department Is Ahead of the Curve: Tracking Cultural Change
Last year the Department of Women’s Studies and the Nonviolence Studies Program with Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work brought a governing member of the Omaha Tribal Historical Research Project (OTHRP) to Kansas State. While he was here, Richar (More)
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