Month: August 2016

2017-2018 Women’s Law & Public Policy Fellowship Program — Georgetown Law

The application is now available for the 2017-2018 Women’s Law & Public Policy Fellowship Program. Details on the specific fellowship placements are included in the application, and information on the Fellowship Program can be found on the website. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply. Source: WLPPFP (US) Application — Georgetown Law
http://www.law.georgetown.edu/academics/centers-institutes/wlppfp/us/USapplication.cfm

In Memory of Joan Acker: 1924 – 2016

[ August 27, 2016; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. ] Memorial Service: Saturday afternoon, Aug. 27, Gerlinger Lounge, UO campus

June 22, 2016—CSWS received word of the passing of feminist scholar Joan Acker, a leader of the original group that established a center to study women at the University of Oregon. Born in 1924, she joined the UO faculty in 1967 after earning her PhD in […]

Job posting: Director, ASUO Men’s Center

UO Unclassified Job Announcements
Director, ASUO Men’s Center
Office Of The Dean Of Students
For full information, go to: http://jobs.uoregon.edu/unclassified.php?id=5645
Review of applications will begin August 31, 2016 and continue until a sufficient pool of qualified candidates is obtained or until the position is filled.
Any questions? Contact:
Rebecca Corral, Executive Assistant to the Deans
Office of the Dean of Students, Division […]

Post-doctoral research associate posts open for “Latin-American Antiracism in a ‘Post-Racial’ Age”

[ September 1, 2016; ] FOUR POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE POSTS FOR PROJECT ON “LATIN AMERICAN ANTIRACISM IN A ‘POST-RACIAL’ AGE”

APPLICATION DEADLINE 1 SEPTEMBER 2016

Four researchers are needed to work on an ESRC-funded project, titled “Latin American Antiracism in a ‘Post-Racial’ Age, directed by Dr. Monica Moreno Figueroa (University of Cambridge) and co-directed by Professor Peter Wade (University of Manchester). The […]

Women in physics face big hurdles — still

Persistent biases continue to affect the numbers of female physicists.
August 1, 2016: “There are more women in the sciences than ever before. They hold leading faculty and administrative positions while their representation in fields such as biology, sociology and psychology has increased. Yet the physical sciences are woefully behind when it comes to the number […]