Welcome to Southwest Institute for Research on Women

The Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW) was founded in 1979 as a regional research and resource institute. SIROW’s region includes Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Wyoming, and northwestern Mexico. SIROW’s mission is to develop, conduct, and disseminate collaborative outreach, education, intervention, and research projects of importance to diverse groups. Faculty, staff and students work locally, nationally and internationally with numerous University of Arizona colleges and departments, other institutions of higher education, K-12 schools, Native American tribes, governmental agencies and community-based organizations. SIROW’s projects focus on health and wellness, legal issues, education, employment, women’s history, and the arts. 

Support Families in Need! SIROW Fundraising for families

With your help, SIROW can continue to help women and families as they overcome adversities such as unemployment, homelessness, abuse, health difficulties and other challenging life situations. Your tax-deductible donation will help purchase baby formula, diapers, clothing, and school books, as... read more

Community Research News, Summer 2012 Edition!

Catch up on all of the interesting new projects and read about the results and findings from projects that have been completed in the last year. Click here (pdf)

 

SIROW Regional Newsletter Spring 2012

The latest edition of the Regional Newsletter is available. This newsletter contains news and updates from Gender and Women's Studies Departments and research institutes  from around the SIROW region, which includes Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Wyoming and Northwestern... read more

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Institute News

SIROW is pleased to welcome Katie Haverly and Elizabeth (Libby) Valdez as the newest members of the SIROW Central Team. Katie recently began her position as Assistant Research Social Scientist working on the Treatment Empowerment for Adolescents on the Move (iTEAM) project.  Libby recently began... read more
Dr. Josephine Korchmaros, Director of Research Methods and Statistics at the University of Arizona- Southwest Institute for Research On Women, and colleagues published their new article on A Randomized Controlled Trial to Increase HIV Preventive Information, Motivation, and Behavioral Skills in... read more