Accomplishments: Women's Research Institute of Nevada

January 20, 2022
The Women’s Research Institute of Nevada (WRIN) has been awarded a Nevada Humanities American Rescue Plan Recovery Program Grant. Funded in part with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, this $10,000 award will be used to support humanities-based programming for the Girls Athletic Leadership School (GALS), a charter school for…
July 22, 2020
Caryll Batt Dziedziak (WRIN and History) has been awarded the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southwest Oral History Association (SOHA), having made outstanding levels of contributions to SOHA for many years. She was instrumental in establishing the institutional home for SOHA at UNLV in 2014, which provides SOHA with an institutional…
July 14, 2020
Laura Brennan, Sapira Cheuk (both Art) and Jean Munson (Art and WRIN) have published personal essays and images of their artwork as a part of Nevada Humanities' online program Heart to Heart. Their work considers the place of the artist amidst quarantine and pandemic.
August 14, 2019
Jean Munson (WRIN) returned home this month from attending the Girls Leadership Power Collaborative on scholarship as a program manager of the National Education for Women's Leadership. She was able to participate and learn about the latest research on the world of learning for women and girls, explore what it means to be a culturally responsive…
May 29, 2019
Rebecca Gill (Political Science and the Women's Research Institute of Nevada) and Kate Eugenis ,'17 PhD Political Science, have published their article "Do Voters Prefer Women Judges? Deconstructing the Competitive Advantage in State Supreme Court Elections" in State Politics & Policy Quarterly. In this article, the authors find that women…
April 2, 2019
Rebecca Gill (Women's Research Institute of Nevada and Political Science) delivered the luncheon address at the 2019 Grassroots Lobby Days event hosted by the Nevada Women's Lobby in Carson City. Her talk centered on the ways in which the #MeToo movement has changed the way our institutions conceptualize and address sexual harassment in the…
March 25, 2019
Rebecca Gill (Political Science and WRIN) and co-author Valerie Sulfaro (James Madison University) published the article "Title IX: Help or Hindrance?" in the Journal of Women, Politics & Policy in its special issue on the #MeTooPoliSci movement. In the article, the authors provide practical guidance for those who have experienced sexual…
August 31, 2018
Rebecca Gill (Political Science, WRIN), along with Valerie Sulfaro of James Madison University, recently was honored by the Women's Caucus for Political Science (WCPS) with the 2018 Jane Mansbridge Award. This award is given on special occasions to extraordinary individuals who perform service above and beyond the call of duty on behalf of…
July 20, 2018
Rebecca Gill (Women's Research Institute of Nevada and Political Science) and a team of political scientists from around the country, Nadia Brown (Purdue), Jennifer Merolla (University of California, Riverside), Melissa Michelson (Menlo College), Elizabeth Sharrow (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Patricia Stapleton (Worcester Polytechnic…
March 20, 2018
Rebecca Gill (Women's Research Institute of Nevada and Political Science) delivered the keynote address at the 13th annual Nevada Women's Hall of Fame reunion earlier this month. The event honored the 2018 inductees, as well as the 2018 Pioneer Award Honoree, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman. In her speech, Gill discussed the progress of women in…
March 1, 2018
Christian Jensen (Political Science) and Rebecca Gill (Political Science, WRIN) recently published "Where are the women? Legal traditions and descriptive representation on the European Court of Justice" in Politics, Groups, and Identities. This article  demonstrates the importance of informal job requirements and institutional…
October 9, 2017
Rebecca Gill (Political Science and the Women's Research Institute of Nevada) and Michael  Kagan (Law), along with Fatma Marouf of Texas A&M University School of Law, recently published an article, "The Impact of Maleness on Judicial Decision Making: Masculinity, Chivalry, and Immigration Appeals," in the journal Politics, Groups,…