Every student should feel comfortable going to Mental Health Services – but for some, the lack of male staff might stop them from seeking help.
Students and other members of the GW community must acknowledge and normalize the emotional and mental needs of men and boys.
A researcher in the Milken School of Public Health found that nearly 17 million women and children in sub-Saharan Africa collect water and bring it home.
And discussion of gender, beyond discussion of women, is key to a top-notch program.
Feminism is a word with negative connotations and those who subscribe to it are often viewed as extremists. That’s a disturbing misconception considering how far women’s equality still has to go.
After a yearlong search, Mary Ellsberg was tapped to lead the University’s first institute in gender issues when it launches in the fall. She will come to GW Aug. 1 after serving as vice president for research and programs at the nonprofit International Center for Research on Women.