Since 1974, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research has been committed to making the future feminist.
The Institute empowers students and scholars in three key ways:
- Conduct and invest in intersectional gender research
- Mentor students through fellowships and internships
- Inspire, translate and amplify gender scholarship
Elizabeth Armstrong Identifies How Sexual Misconduct Policies Perpetuate Inequality
At a Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellows presentation Elizabeth Armstrong revealed how the scope and content of sexual misconduct policies can vary from one university to the next. Armstrong is gathering data about how 381 U.S. universities are defining and responding to sexual violence.
45 Years of Gender Research