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 The Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women’s studies blog is dedicated to the achievements of women, academic and world issues as they relate to gender and women's studies (including media and pop culture, politics, the academe, business, etc...) For additional information on events taking place during Women's History month, visit the Women’s History Month calendar.

Women Entrepreneurs Blog

The Women Entrepreneurs Blog @ Simon, featuring tips, resources, and advice for current or aspiring female entrepreneurs from women who have their own successful businesses, has been cited by Accounting among the 100 Best Blogs for Women in Business.

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 Warner LGBTQ & Allies SIG The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) & Allies graduate student interest group at Warner works to create an inclusive environment for all students, faculty and staff, and supports the educational achievement and personal growth of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and intersex students, and their allies.  The group strives to bring awareness to LGBTQ issues in our communities, schools, higher education institutions, and social programs and be a resource for individuals who would like to learn more about current research, topics of debate, and critiques of heteronormativity. The group also aims to develop a safe and supportive space for students to share ideas and pursue academic interests and to work with other LGBTQ groups at the University and in the community.

Diverse Voices Blog

The Office for Faculty Development and Diversity has launched a blog as a forum for members of the Rochester community who are engaged, or have an interest, in diversity at the University of Rochester. It is our hope that the Diverse Voices blog will help inform the community of the work that’s already being done in this area, both inside and outside the University of Rochester, and to stimulate conversation around a multitude of diversity topics.

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