The first paper from IWL's Faculty Fellows program, this paper explores how different people experience pain and offers some general tools that can help manage pain depending on one's experiences. This paper is the basis for IWL's November 3rd community event: Women Experience More Pain Than Men—And What To Do About It! [For more information and to register now, visit the IWL Events page.] The paper, Sex Differences in Pain Perception—Why Do Women Experience More Pain Than Men?, is now available to all. Click HERE for a copy:
As a reminder, the IWL is accepting applications for research mini-grants of up to $1000. These grants are designed to support research-related activities that advance scholarship or academic knowledge focused on gender or sex. Click HERE for application materials and more information.
Check out the latest from the Beyond MU series!
Watch Beyond MU: Lifelong Learning —"When 'Safer-at-Home' is Not Actually Safe: Supporting Intimate Partner Violence Survivors during Quarantine" HERE!
In March 2020, state governments began issuing “Safer-at-Home” orders to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. But for women living with abusive partners, being quarantined at home was anything but safe. Andrea Schneider, professor of law in the Marquette University Law School and director for the Institute for Women’s Leadership, has created a research team to analyze the effect these orders had on the prevalence of domestic abuse cases, and their impact on the wellness and mental health of survivors.
Hear how this team, in partnership with Milwaukee County Circuit Court and the Sojourner Family Peace Center, is working toward improving services for survivors during the pandemic- to enhance court processes and to guide best practices in advising workplaces on how to respond to Intimate Partner Violence.
Click HERE to watch this episode on YouTube in its original formatting.
Playback Available for IWL's Women and Money Series
Watch video playback of IWL's latest series, Women and Money, by clicking HERE. For each session, we learned from local, state, and national leaders in each subject on how to make a difference that benefits women as individuals and our communities. Check out the Women and Money page to learn more.
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