From human trafficking to neuroplasticity, the 2010-2011Clayman Institute Fellows advance gender equality in thetwenty-first century

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From human trafficking to neuroplasticity, the 2010-2011Clayman Institute Fellows advance gender equality in thetwenty-first century

by Jane Gruba-Chevalier on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 - 5:06am
Professor Deborah Gruenfeld, GSB

Professor Deborah Gruenfeld, GSB

The Clayman Institute for Gender Research welcomes a diverse and global cohort of Faculty Research Fellows, Postdoctoral Fellows, and Graduate Dissertation Fellows for the 2010-11 academic year. “We have an outstanding group of scholars working on cutting edge research. It is going to be an exciting year,” comments Shelley Correll, incoming Director of the Clayman Institute and Professor of Sociology. In the next few years, the Faculty Research and Postdoctoral Fellowship programs will focus on the theme of " Beyond the Stalled Revolution: Reinvigorating Gender Equality in the Twenty-first Century." Scholars’ insights will reveal the barriers to women's advancement, and their research will propose novel and workable solutions to advancing gender equality for policymakers, and the public and private sectors. The Graduate Dissertation Fellowship program promotes interdisciplinary connections among graduate students researching gender topics across Stanford's many academic departments and supports the development of the next generation of gender scholars. We are pleased to welcome our 2010-2011 fellows as follows: Rania Kassab al-Sweis, Graduate Dissertation fellow PhD candidate in Anthropology, Stanford University Staffan Bergwik, Faculty Research Fellow Assistant Professor, Center for Gender Research, Uppsala University, Sweden Lisa Blaydes, Faculty Research Fellow Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stanford University Mary K. Bryson, Faculty Research Fellow Professor, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia; Director, Network of Centers and Institutes in Education; Director, Centre for Cross-Faculty Inquiry in Education Marianne Cooper, Postdoctoral Fellow PhD, University of California, Berkeley – Sociology, 2008 Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Faculty Research Fellow Associate Professor of Psychology, Stanford University Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Faculty Research Fellow Professor of English, and Director, American Studies Program, Stanford University Estelle Freedman, Faculty Research Fellow Edgar E. Robinson Professor in United States History, Stanford University Brenda D. Frink, Postdoctoral Fellow PhD, Stanford University -- History, 2010 Miriam B. Goodman, Faculty Research Fellow Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University Medical Center Deborah H. Gruenfeld, Faculty Research Fellow The Moghadam Family Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior, and Codirector, Executive Program for Women Leaders, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Heather L. Hadlock, Faculty Research Fellow Associate Professor of Music, and Director, Program in Feminist Studies, Stanford University Catherine Hundleby, Faculty Research Fellow Associate Professor and Graduate Director, Department of Philosophy, and Cross-appointed to Women's Studies Program, University of Windsor Tamar Kricheli-Katz, Graduate Dissertation Fellow PhD candidate in Sociology, Stanford University Cecilia Mo, Graduate Dissertation fellow PhD candidate in Political Economics, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Josef Parvizi, Iris F. Litt, M.D. Faculty Research Fellow Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center Angela Potochnik, Faculty Research Fellow Assistant Professor of Philosophy, McMicken College of Arts & Sciences, University of Cincinnati Beth L. Pruitt, Faculty Research Fellow Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University Shiri Regev-Messalem, Graduate Dissertation Fellow PhD candidate in Sociology and J.S.D. candidate in Law, Stanford University Deborah L. Rhode, Faculty Research Fellow Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law, and Director, Stanford Center on the Legal Profession, Stanford University Matthew H. Sommer, Faculty Research Fellow Associate Professor of History, Stanford University Elizabeth Thornberry, Graduate Dissertation Fellow PhD candidate in African History, Stanford University Sherry M. Wren, Iris F. Litt, M.D., Faculty Research Fellow Professor of Surgery (General Surgery), and Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs, Stanford University Medical Center