Welcome to the 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.
SIROW Researchers present at the 31st Annual Research and Policy Conference on Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Behavioral Health
Drs. Sally Stevens and Candace Black attended the 31st Annual Research and Policy Conference on Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Behavioral Health... read more
Corrie Brinley and Courtney Waters Present at SIROW’s Inaugural Brownbag Meeting
Corrie Brinley and Courtney Waters recently presented at SIROW’s inaugural brownbag meeting. They presented on The ANCHOR Project: Lessons learned... read more
Cate Clifton and Josephine Korchmaros Present at the Pima County Community Prevention Coalition Meeting
Cate Clifton and Josephine Korchmaros recently presented to 25 prevention professionals at the Pima County Community Prevention Coalition (CPC)... read more