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Freyd posts open letter on pay equity at UO

Pictured is Jennifer Freyd.

Last week, psychology professor Jennifer Freyd posted the following open letter addressed to the University of Oregon Board of Trustees:
Jennifer Freyd
Dear Trustees,
I am writing to share my concern about the UO’s handling of gender inequity among faculty, particularly in the Department of Psychology. I have worked at the University of Oregon for 33 years, and […]

AAUP report shows challenges faced by women in academia

In December, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) released an in-depth look at the makeup and salaries of full-time faculty members in US higher education. Using data collected by the US Department of Education, this snapshot provides an updated demographic profile of full-time faculty by academic rank and institution type, highlighting disparities among women […]

Fund for Faculty Excellence recipients announced

The Office of the Provost has selected 15 faculty members as the 2020-21 Fund for Faculty Excellence recipients, including CSWS affiliates Kemi Balogun and Bryna Goodman.

Book club focused on disability justice seeks faculty members

From Around the O — The University of Oregon’s Deconstructing Whiteness Working Group has partnered with the Accessible Education Center to offer faculty members an opportunity to participate in a book club focused on the intersections of disability and other marginalized identities.

Over the course of 10 weekly discussions, the book club will discuss and […]

CSWS Kitchen Table podcast coming soon

Over the summer, CSWS began work on a new podcast series called Kitchen Table, hosted by CSWS Director Michelle McKinley and Shoniqua Roach, assistant professor of African and African American Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Brandeis University.
As a feminist podcast that aims to “nourish the soul in troubled times,” the first season […]

2020 Annual Review now available

by Jenée Wilde, CSWS Research Dissemination Specialist
2020 has been an unprecedented year at CSWS and the University of Oregon. Not only has the COVID-19 pandemic curbed affiliate research and Center’s normal programming and operations, the murder of George Floyd ignited a summer of international racial justice protest movements and backlash. As a report on our […]