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News and Events

Empowered Women, Engaged Men Event

On Saturday, October 18, Voices of Women is hosting an event entitled "Empowered Women, Engaged Men: Working Together for Education and Equality." The panel features Sedrick Murhula Ntwali, founder of YARID (Young African Refugees for Integral Development); Dr. Jay Silverman, Director of Research at the Center on Gender Equity and Health at UC San Diego; Scott H. Silverman, founder and former Executive Director of Second Chance; and Captain Steve Wisotzki, Commanding Officer at the Center for SEAL and SWCC in the U.S. Navy. The event will be held from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at the UC San Diego International House; RSVP here.

Grant Awarded for U.S./Norway Comparative Study on Gender and Work

In 2014, Senior Academic Affiliate Sigtona Halrynjo and colleagues at the Institute for Social Research (ISF) in Oslo received funding from the Research Council of Norway for a large, multi-year project entitled, “Gender Segregation in the Labour Market: Comparative Perspectives and Welfare State Challenges." Mary Blair-Loy will take the lead on a U.S. comparison for a sub-part of this project. The subproject, “Cracks in the glass ceiling? Female career patterns in the United States and Norway,” will compare women executives’ career paths in the two countries. 

Little Change in the Gender Wage Gap

September 2014 Census Bureau data indicates that in 2013 full-time, year-round working women earned 78% of the pay of their male counterparts. This gender wage gap has remained consistent since 2007. Although factors such as hours worked, educational differences, and job type account for some of this pay difference, 10-40% of the gender wage gap is unexplained. The Center for American Progress recommends seven steps to reduce the gap, including raising the minimum wage, supporting pay transparency, and passing sick days legislation.

Project PAINT: The Prison Arts INiTiative

CRGP Graduate Fellow Laura Pecenco's dissertation, entitled "Paint in the Can: Creating Art and Gender in Prison," is a multi-method analysis of the diverse ways in which gender is performed by men in prison art programs. As part of her dissertation research, Pecenco founded Project PAINT: The Prison Arts INiTiative, a visual arts program at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility. Her program has recently been featured as the cover story of San Diego CityBeat and on both Midday Edition and Evening Edition of KPBS. Project PAINT has also now received funding from a partnership of the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to expand programming.






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