Gender Studies Department

Students Spend Month in Rwanda to Witness Post-Conflict Reconstruction

Two years ago Gerise Herndon led a group of Nebraska Wesleyan students to Rwanda for the university’s first faculty-led trip to Africa.

Alums Implement Program to Empower Middle School Students

Middle school is a new, exciting time for students, but it also comes with challenges.

NWU students will share their achievements during the annual Student Symposium.

Due to winter weather, this lecture has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon.

Students and faculty who traveled to Rwanda this summer for the university's first faculty-led program in Africa will share their experiences during their talk, "Into Africa: Learning About Rwanda.

All are invited to hear Dr.

Experience in Rwanda Helps Students Learn About Genocide and Reconciliation

Ten Nebraska Wesleyan University students closed their textbooks in May but their lessons were far from done.

As part of the One Billion Rising For Justice campaign, Nebraska Wesleyan will host a panel discussion that will address "what does justice look like in the context of violence against women and gi

Gender Studies Professors to Discuss Their New Books

Gender Studies professors who have published books in the past year will read briefly and entertain informal conversation over food and drinks on Friday, November 15 from 4 to 5 p.m.

Transgender Activist to Share Personal Story

Ryan Sallans has made it his work to visit college campuses across the country sharing his personal story about transitioning from female to male.