Elizabeth Scott '14 won the prize for student activism, and Nicole Chanduvi '15, Alexander Lott '14, Jordan Taffet '16, Suzy Ziaii '15, and Sarah Overton '14 all won Carol Woody Internship Awards.
The new GSWS brochure is online.
Established in memory of Stephen H. Snell and Stephen E. Patrick, the Stephens Project seeks to document the stories of the lives of William & Mary GLBTQ alumni, faculty, staff, and students.
Read the latest Women's Studies newsletter!
The Friends of GSWS Prize recognizes individuals, groups, or campus organizations who have done outstanding feminist activist work outside the classroom.Deadline for nominations is April 8.
Apply by November 20, 2012 to be a Teaching Fellow assisting with CAP projects in WMST 205, Introduction to Women's Studies.
The generosity of alumna Carol Woody '71 helps support students seeking a "real world" experience. Deadline for applications for grants for summer 2013 is March 26.