Why Women's Studies?
Through their engagement with interdisciplinary coursework and faculty from 18 different departments in five colleges, our students learn to ask cutting-edge questions and to conduct high quality research.
Students who have completed the dual-title degree or the graduate minor will have a competitive edge as more academic and professional positions require knowledge of feminist theory, women, and gender.
Women's Studies students are a part of a supportive community for discourse that connects personal and larger cultural and political issues. The Women's Studies Department gives graduate students unique opportunities for teaching and mentoring in a program that is committed to critical and engaged pedagogy. Graduate teaching assistantships are available in addition to opportunities to co-teach upper-level and cross-listed courses with faculty recognized for outstanding teaching.
For more information please contact our Graduate Program Officer, Joan Landes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-863-0046.