Dr. Winston Grady-Willis named inaugural director of SGRN
National expert on Africana Studies Winston Grady-Willis will join Portland State University on Aug. 1 as the inaugural director of the School of Gender, Race and Nations.
The School of Gender, Race and Nations: Making Change Visible
CLAS Dean Karen Marongelle, Dr. Sally McWilliams, Professor Roberta Hunte and Professor Cornel Pewewardy speak about the importance of the SGRN.
The School of Gender, Race, and Nations creates new intellectual and community connections among its founding partners—Black Studies; Indigenous Nations Studies; Chicano/Latino Studies; and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies—to better understand and advocate for historically under-served populations crucial to Oregon’s success.
School of Gender, Race, and Nations RELEASES PUBLIC STATEMENT PRIOR TO PSUSU PLANNED WALK-OUT ON 5/10/16:
The School of Gender, Race, and Nations affirms its support of the rights of the Portland State community to engage in scholarship and activism, including nonviolent protest, around the social and political issues that affect the University.
Some members of the SGRN, along with other faculty across the University, issued a statement, expressing concerns about the arming of campus police. To read their original statement, see the meeting materials (see "master page" #82 in appendix) of the Portland State University Board of Trustees meeting from December 11, 2014.
The School of Gender, Race and Nations is in the process of Hiring a director and we invite students, staff and faculty to an open forum for candidate finalists. Please Join us this Thursday to hear a presentation from Dr. Winston Grady-Willis entitled "A Collaborative Transnational Vision: Developing the School of Gender, Race and Nations at Portland State University."
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