Founded in 1997, the Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender promotes scholarship and praxis with the goal of helping to implement gender equality at the University at Buffalo and around the world.
One of our most important missions is to support outstanding research on women and gender across the disciplines and at every level from faculty to graduate students and undergraduates. As the academic year comes to a close, we would like to recognize this year’s awardees. Many thanks also go to the faculty and staff who diligently served on our review committees. Congratulations to graduates whose time at UB involved the Gender Institute!
Sincere thanks to go Professor Isabel Marcus in the UB Law School for funding the Isabel Marcus International Research Grant for graduate students; Mara Huber, Director of the Experiential Learning Center, for supporting our Undergraduate Scholarships; and Professor Myung Mi Kim, James H. McNulty Chair of English, for funding the travel grant to attend the annual Duke Feminist Theory Workshop.
Click here for the full list of awards and the award winners.