Women and Gender Studies (WGS) is an intellectually rigorous, interdisciplinary program with a skills-based curriculum that prepares you to transform yourself and your community. WGS examines the impact of gender on thought and everyday experience, and studies the intersections of gender with race, sexuality, class, ability, age, and other social categories. WGS enables you to explore the theory and the practice of social justice movements, activism, and advocacy.

You can find more information about the Women and Gender Studies Program at their website, and in the WGS Newsletter.


Browse the Women and Gender Studies Program Collections:

Faculty Publications

Student Scholarship

WGS Newsletter