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Welcome to Women’s & Gender Studies!

We offer an undergraduate major and minor and a master’s degree and graduate certificate that support our mission for excellence in intellectual training and community engagement. WGS is an interdisciplinary field that dovetails with many professions, including public service, non-profit organizing/management, health care, higher education, and advocacy for women, children, families, and the LGBTQIA community, among many areas where our graduates work. We are proud of the fact that our program is one of the oldest in the United States and continues to evolve in its ability to meet the needs of the diverse student body at UNCG.

Please explore all of our website to see who we are, what we offer, and how you might participate in both academics and the programming that supports our mission. Visit us on the third floor of Curry Building to meet our faculty and find out more about Women’s and Gender Studies.

Scholarship Opportunity

Applications to the graduate and undergraduate Cone scholarships are due April 10 in order to be considered for Fall 2015. Apply today!

MA Deadline Extended

The final deadline for applications to the MA in WGS program is July 1st!

Call for Papers

Submit your research abstract to the 9th Annual Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo. Read More »

New Job Opportunities

Z. Smith Reynolds and AAUW are looking to fill WGS-related internship and job openings.  See how you can put your degree to work!

Department News


Dr. Cervenak featured in Feminist Studies forum, “Teaching About Ferguson”

WGS and AADS professor Dr. Sarah Jane Cervenak has been featured in the current issue of Feminist Studies (41.1). Her […]

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WGS Graduate Program Deadline Extended to July 1

The Women’s & Gender Studies Program is still seeking applicants to the MA in WGS Fall 2015 cohort. The deadline […]

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Dr. Karen Kilcup Organizes LAC Professorship Series

Dr. Karen Kilcup has been honored as the 2014-2018 Linda Arnold Carlisle Distinguished Excellence Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies. […]

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Isabell Moore

I grew up in Greensboro, then left in 1997 to pursue a BA in History-Sociology at Columbia University in New […]

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