Hello students! We have added a new class to our offerings for this summer. WGS 341: Women, Work and Class will be taught in the second session, July 20 – August 15. This brings our total offerings to 4 classes, all upper division and great way to get requirements finished outside the normal school year. Please see the Summer 2014 flyer for additional information, or check the class schedule.
See you in class!
Hello students! Need some extra credits to finish up your 2013 degree? Want to get a jump on next year? Living in Eugene for the summer and not sure what to do with yourself?
Consider taking summer classes! Summer classes are generally smaller, tuition & fees are cheaper, and the class durations are shorter. This summer, we have two classes running for the first session (4 weeks, June 23 – July 20) and one class for the second session, July 21 – August 15. The titles are: WGS 321 – Feminist perspectives: race, identity culture; WGS 407 – Girls on the road; and WGS 407 – Asian American Gender/Sexuality in popular culture. Please see this PDF for the class details. Even if you take all the classes, you still have a month and a half after classes end for summer break! Plenty of time for a part-time job, visit home or vacation.
WGS 321 will be offered and is required for the major. The other two classes are not required, but do fulfill upper division requirements.
For more information on summer session, please see the UO Summer website.
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Hello students! The scholarship season for the WGS department is now open. We have 5 separate awards to award to students that will be returning next year. Award amounts range from $500 to $1750 and undergraduates and graduate certificate students are all eligible.
Please see the attached flyers for information, or simply visit our scholarship page.
The due date is May 21 at 4 pm in the WGS office, so start gathering your materials. We look forward to seeing your submissions!
Congratulations and best wishes to Monica Guy, who has just started a position as the office manger in the Department of Philosophy! Monica served as the WGS budget and office manager for 7 years and is sad to leave, but excited for new adventures. Please join the Department of WGS in wishing her the best of luck in her new endeavor. Don’t worry, she hasn’t gone far–she’s just across the lawn in Susan Campbell!
While we search for a new office manager, the WGS office will be running on semi-reduced hours, effective immediately. We will open the following hours (also posted on Facebook and our door):
M, W, R, F: 10 am – 2pm and 3 pm – 4pm
Tuesdays: 11 am – 4 pm
Monica will be back and forth in the afternoons to aid in the transition and training of the new manager. If you need to stop by the office, it’s best to do so in the middle of the day–between 10 and 2 (lunch hour included). You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Spring term everyone!
(And no this isn’t an April Fools joke! )
Edited April 7th for hours change on Tuesday.
WGS is now accepting applications for the position of facilitator in the Spring 2014 WGS 101 discussion sections. The application can be found here. Initial review of applications will begin February 21st.
Facilitators will be responsible for leading discussion in their respective sessions, attending the lecture for their section, and working with the instructor to structure discussion topics.
Serving as a facilitator gives 6 credits total, which fulfill WGS upper division requirements. Interested students will also need to enroll concurrently in WGS 413, Feminist Pedagogy, in addition to attending lecture and discussion section.
Please submit applications to the WGS main office, HEN 315, or email them to email@example.com. Questions may be directed to either the main office at 541-346-5529 or Prof. Judith Raiskin.
The WGS office will be closed for the holiday from December 23 – January 1. We will return on January 2.
Have a wonderful holiday!
Winter term registration is well underway, even while dead week and finals week march on!
We still have spots open in three classes (listed after the break) which satisfy the requirements for electives for the WGS major or minor and the Queer Studies minor. These courses not only examine historical context of their respective topics, but also dive into the changing contemporary landscape. All three are topic-changing classes, which means they’re not guaranteed to come around again–so if you’re interested, be sure to catch them while you can. (more…)
The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies is hosting a meet ‘n’ greet for all WGS faculty and students interested in or currently enrolled in the WGS graduate certificate program. Refreshments will be served! See the flyer for more info.
The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies and the Department of Sociology invites affiliated faculty to a book proposal workshop for our newest faculty member, Dr. Oluwakemi “Kemi” Balogun and her new book, Beauty and the Beast: Nationalism, Culture, and Politics in Nigerian Beauty Pageants.