What You'll Study
Our curriculum includes coursework on race and migration, on sexuality and queer theory, on advanced feminist theory, on feminist methods of research, on bodies and technology, and more.
Careers of Program Graduates
Recent graduates have coordinated university diversity programs, run university women’s centers, taken postdoctoral research positions at large universities, and serve as faculty members in departments of sociology.
Professional Development & Research Support/Opportunities
“Broadening Participation in STEM: Intersectional and Institutional Influences on Underrepresented Minorities' College and Career Pathways in Longitudinal Perspective” (funded by National Science Foundation) Dr. Sarah Ovink and doctoral students Megan Nanney and Hans Momplaisir, and doctoral graduate Dr. Yun Ling Li (UMass Lowell).
“Gender, Labor, and Vulnerability in the Bakken Oil Fields” (funded by AAUW) Dr. Christine Labuski