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2009-2010: A Year in Review

September 2009

2009-2010 Faculty Fellows

The Clayman Institute welcomed a diverse and global cohort of scholars.

October 2009

35th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrating 35 years of creating knowledge and making change for gender equality.

November 2009

Gender News Launches

The Clayman Institute launched a new online news service to translate and make available leading edge gender research at Stanford.

December 2009

Art at the Institute

The Institute welcomed three artists in exhibits curated by graduate students

January 2010

Martina Schraudner

Dr. Martina Schraudner, a visiting scholar the Clayman Instute and professor for Gender and Diversity of Organizations at the Technical Unviersity of Berlin, spoke on gender and the future of technology.

February 2010

Artist Salons

Artist salons are organized by Clayman Institute Artist-in-Residence Valerie Miner.

March 2010

Public Voices

The Clayman Institute continued our collaboration with The OpEd Project to foster women's voices. Graduates have published in The Financical Times, San Jose Mercury News, The LA Times, and more.

April 2010

Housework Matters

The Clayman Institute hosted a panel discussion on this innovative proposal to have employers and universities pay for housework benefits.

May 2010

Book Discussions

Deborah Rhode, former Clayman Institute Director, discussed The Beauty Bias.

June 2010

Graduate Disseration Fellows Showcase

The seven Graduate Dissertation Fellows presented their work to the Clayman Institute and Stanford communities.

Summer 2010

Schiebinger Says Farewell

After six years of directing the Institute, Londa Schiebinger reflects on working with supporters, scholars, and students to create knowledge that promotes equality for women and men at Stanford, nationally, and internationally.

Next Year

Join us in 2010-2011

Our strategic focus - Beyond the Stalled Revolution: Reinvigorating Gender Equality in the 21st Century.