The Women’s and Gender Studies Consortium directly serves Women’s and Gender Studies students, faculty, staff, and administrators in all University of Wisconsin institutions. The Women’s Studies and Gender Consortium is committed to scholarship, teaching and activism that benefit all UW campuses and communities throughout the state. To accomplish this work, the Consortium invites and considers diverse voices, and seeks collaborations to improve the life of each community and the state of Wisconsin.

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Resistance and Reimagination: Gender, Change, and the Arts

Join us in Madison on April 16-18, 2020 for our annual conference. Our theme is: Resistance and Reimagination: Gender, Change, and the Arts.

The Call for Proposals is live!
See this link for more information and to submit a proposal.

Registration will open in January 2020.

Convened by UW-Madison’s 4W Initiative, the UW-System Women’s and Gender Studies Consortium, and UW-Madison’s GWS Graduate Students.

The Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian

The Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian was created in 1977 to serve administrators, faculty, librarians and students across the UW System. Since 1989 it has been a constituent of the Women’s and Gender Studies Consortium. Located on the UW-Madison campus, the office provides bibliographic and curriculum support, inter-institutional cooperation, information sharing, and advocacy related to the field of Women’s Studies and to gender-focused scholarship in the traditional disciplines.

Women and Science Program

Initiated by a grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education of the National Science Foundation, the Women and Science Program became a permanent part of the UW System in the fall of 1996. The program is based on the UW-Oshkosh campus and serves all UW System institutions.

The ultimate goal of the program is to attract and retain qualified female and minority students in science, mathematics, and engineering by improving the quality of undergraduate science education for both women and men through faculty development activities.

From the Director