Montana State University

Women's & Gender Studies

Montana State University
P.O. Box 172320
Bozeman, MT 59717-2320

Tel: (406) 994-5206
Fax: (406) 994-7420
Location: 2-165 Wilson Hall

Women's & Gender Studies Committee Co-Chairs:

Mary Murphy
mmurphy@montana.edu

Kristen Intemann
intemann@montana.edu

Announcements & Events

Kristen Intemann wins the 2014 Betty Coffey Award
Intemann, an associate professor of philosophy and co-chair of the Women’s and Gender Studies Committee, is recognized for her scholarship, teaching and service activities, which are all directed toward incorporating feminist theory and women’s perspectives into the curriculum. Learn more
 
     
2013 Women's & Gender Studies spring reception
The Women's & Gender Studies Committee will hold their spring reception on Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 4 - 6 p.m. in the Second Floor Lounge of Herrick Hall. Come enjoy refreshments, congratulate our students, meet new faculty, and celebrate another year of innovative teaching and learning in the Women's and Gender Studies Program. View the invitation
   
     
WGS Minor Information and Advising Pizza Lunch
There will be a Women's and Gender Studies minor informational/advising pizza lunch on October 21st, from 11:30-1 pm in Room 2-155 of Wilson Hall.  Students will be able to drop in, learn about the minor, spring courses and eat pizza.  It would also be a great opportunity for students to meet some of the WGS faculty.
   
     
Why So Slow? A Campus Conversation About Gender in the Academy
Virginia Valian, the Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Hunter College and Co-Director of Hunter's Gender Equity Project, will present "Why So Slow? A Campus Conversation About Gender in the Academy" on Friday, September 16, from 1 - 2:30 p.m. in the Procrastinator Theater. A book signing will follow in the Leigh Lounge. Learn more...
 
     
2012 Women's & Gender Studies spring reception
The Women's & Gender Studies Committee will hold their spring reception on Thursday, April 21, 2012 from 4 - 6 p.m. in the Second Floor Lounge of Herrick Hall. Come enjoy refreshments, congratulate our students, meet new faculty, and celebrate another year of innovative teaching and learning in the Women's and Gender Studies Program. View the invitation
   
     
Leah Schmalzbauer awarded 2011 Betty Coffey Award
Schmalzbauer's research and teaching and considerable community service has mirrored Coffey's interest in "invisible populations." She has developed courses on the sociology of globalization, gender and Latino migration, which have opened the eyes of her students to the struggles of those who are socially and economically marginalized around the world. Read more...
 


Updated: 03/19/2014