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Recent Reports /
Training can deter sexual assaults: 2015
Class of 2015: Women are still making less than men – and prospects are poor: A 2015   Economic Policy Institute report

The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap (Spring 2015) : An AAUW report
Male medical doctors earned a third more ($56,019 than female doctors: 2006-2010     JAMA Internal Medicine, p.1750 Oct. 14,   2013. Volume 173,Number 18
Prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence: WHO global & regional estimates
  (2013). See the full WHO Report
Fair Treatment for Pregnant Workers: 2013   National Women's Law Center Report
Breadwinner Moms: Mothers are now 40%
  of sole or primary providers. Click for the
  Pew Research Full PDF Report - 2013
Young Women Now Top Young Men in Valuing  High-paying Careers: 2010-11.
"It's Time for #Equal Pay Now": 2015
   U.S. Department of Labor equal pay site
Awards /
Dr. Hilary Lips receives Radford University's CHBS Distinguished Scholarship Award
Recent Publications /
"The gender pay gap and the wellbeing of working women" (2016) by Hilary Lips. In Handbook on the Well-Being of Working Women
Gender: the Basics. Special topics
Hilary Lips. Routledge Books-2013
Cgs Office: 4400 CHBS ~ Cgs Events
Dr. Ann Elliott: Professor of Psychology
New Center for Gender Studies Director
Center  2017 Events
Notice for the 2017 
Student-Faculty Gender Studies Research Symposium
Wednesday ~ April 19 ~  Heth 022
"Featuring the Symposium's Keynote Address"
by
Dr. Theresa Burriss
 3:30 to 4:30 in Heth 022
as well as
Symposium Program Presentation Schedules
3:30 to 6:30 pm in Heth 022
M. Elizabeth Karns, MPH, JD
Academic Background & Radford University Guest Lecture Series
2016 Events 
Gender, Leadership and the 2016 Presidential Election
Featuring Panel Presentations By:
Dr. Hilary Lips, Dr. Theresa Schroeder & Mrs. Kristina Contreras
( Click here for Panel Event Images )
"Juvenile Injustice: How Psychology Can Inform
Policy & the Law": a Presentation by Dr. Apryl Alexander,

Monday April 22, 2016 ~ Radford University
Hurlburt 249/250 ~ 1:00 - 2:00 pm
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