Category: Students

2016-17 CSWS Jane Grant Fellowship and Graduate and Faculty Grant Awardees

The Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon recently awarded more than $66,000 in graduate student and faculty research grants to support research on women and gender during the 2016-17 Academic Year. The research being funded includes projects focused all over the globe. Graduate teaching fellow Baran Germen was […]

Two Chosen as Graduate Interns for Fembot

November 10, 2015—The Fembot Collective has selected two University of Oregon graduate students as graduate interns to help work on Fembot projects, with special project funding awarded by the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS). Jeremiah Favara and Tara Keegan will travel to Los Angeles in March for the event “Ms. […]

Graduate Student Coffee Hour

[ October 7, 2015; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ]

 

 

Jane Grant Conference Room
330 Hendricks Hall

Join us for conversation, coffee, pizza, and other good food.

Meet with CSWS interim director Carol Stabile to learn more about research grants, research interest groups, and additional opportunities for graduate students through CSWS.

Meeting Regulations for Human Subjects Research

[ November 4, 2015; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ] Jane Grant Room
Hendricks Hall 330
1408 University St.
Flyer PDF

[caption id="attachment_19868" align="alignleft" width="375"] 2012 CSWS Jane Grant Fellowship recipient Easther Chigumira (far right) conducting research in the field.[/caption]

Q&A Session with UO Research Compliance Services
a CSWS brown-bag luncheon for graduate students

Carolyn Craig, research compliance administrator with UO Research Compliance Services, will give a brief introduction on requirements […]

UO researchers urge psychologists to see institutional betrayal

Carly P. Smith
UO researchers urge psychologists to see institutional betrayal | Media Relations.
September 15, 2014—Clinical psychologists are being urged by two University of Oregon researchers to recognize the experiences of institutional betrayal so they can better treat their patients and respond in ways that help avoid or repair damaged trust when it occurs in their […]