In the past, students have conducted research and projects on topics such as:
The influence of gender in the field of philosophy
The effects of "princess culture" on gender ideologies
Understanding the development of gender differences in children's reading habits
Parent behaviors and children's gendered toy selection
How gender and communication behavior influence reactions to judges
Internships have included:
Health education intern at Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York
Teaching intern in Buffalo State WGS courses
Students can earn academic credit for these experiences by signing up for WGS 495 (Independent Project), WGS 499 (Independent Research), or WGS 488 (Internship).
Please contact Professor Goldman or a WGS faculty member in your academic field.
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