The Clayman Institute publishes and disseminates research to affect change and engage communities nationally and internationally. The Institute’s Gender News service features the latest research from Stanford to influence public debate.
Founded in 1974, the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford is one of the nation’s oldest organizations devoted to the study of gender. The Institute collaborates with interdisciplinary groups of scholars and activists to set a broader research agenda for gender equality. Faculty, graduates, and postdoctoral fellows convene for regular discussions and workshops to collaborate on gender research.
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