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Women’s and Gender Studies

woman transforming women's livesThe United Nations has adopted “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives” as the theme of International Women’s Day 2018.

Campus events to observe International Women’s Day

Several events on campus will mark International Women’s Day.

bars of jail cellA program offering post-secondary education to prisoners is the subject of a free public presentation Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Prison education program subject of Persons Day presentation

A program offering post-secondary education to prisoners is the subject of a free public presentation Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Rosie the RiveterWomen’s studies professor Renee Bondy discussed the iconic WWII image of Rosie the Riveter on the TVOntario children’s program The Mystery Files.

Professor takes to television to teach history to children

Professor Renée Bondy discussed the iconic WWII image of Rosie the Riveter on the TVOntario children’s program The Mystery Files.

Min Sook LeeFilmmaker Min Sook Lee will be on campus Tuesday for an address and a screening of her documentary, “Migrant Dreams.”

Filmmaker’s address to celebrate International Women’s Day

Filmmaker Min Sook Lee will be on campus Tuesday for an address and a screening of her documentary, “Migrant Dreams.”

statue commemorating Persons DayThe UWindsor Women’s and Gender Studies program is hosting a lecture Tuesday to commemorate Persons Day.

Presentation to tout benefits of books for prisoners

The UWindsor Women’s and Gender Studies program is hosting a lecture Tuesday to commemorate Persons Day.