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SIROW is pleased to welcome Justin Gaines and Connor Ross as the newest members of the SIROW Central Team. Justin and Connor recently began their positions as qualitative analysts working on the National Cross-Site Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts and Reclaiming Futures and the Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Youth Data project. We are so pleased to have them on staff!

Post date: Wed, 10/07/2015 - 11:08

SIROW’s Dr. Sally Stevens presented a paper titled “Bad Mothers or Bad Policies? Intergenerational Mothering and Family Loss among Ethnically Diverse Substance Using Mothers in the U.S./Mexico Border Region,” which she co-authored with SIROW’s Dr. Rosi Andrade. Sponsored by the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, the “Maternal Subjectivities: Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Literature, Culture, and the Arts” conference was held April 23-24, 2015 at the Casa... Read more

Post date: Thu, 09/24/2015 - 11:00

SIROW at the National Association for Drug Court Professionals Training Conference

SIROW researchers Alison Greene, Josephine Korchmaros, and Sally Stevens were joined by project partners to conduct presentations at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Training Conference held in National Harbor, MD, July 27-30, 2015.  Presentations titled, “Engaging Family and Community in Juvenile Drug Court and Implications for Policy,” “Assessing Fidelity to a Logic Model: The... Read more

Post date: Tue, 09/15/2015 - 10:25

For the past two years SIROW has been a sponsor and supporter of the In-Women’s conference – an international conference led and sponsored by Research Triangle Institute (RTI) International. The In-Women’s conference is a multidisciplinary forum that addresses all aspects of the consequences of women’s substance use – across the lifespan and including gender differences. Now in its seventh year, In-Women’s includes over 200 international members from 40 countries. This year’s conference was... Read more

Post date: Thu, 09/10/2015 - 13:48

The Dr. Patti Flint Women in Science Scholarship was designed specifically to support Arizona women pursuing education in the hard sciences, a traditionally male-dominated field. Women interested in pursuing a career in medicine or natural science, and who live and plan to attend school in Arizona, are welcome to apply for the $3,000 scholarship.

The scholarship award is to be used toward tuition and educational expenses, including but not limited to: textbooks, supplies, required... Read more

Post date: Wed, 09/02/2015 - 11:57

Congratulations to the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences!

A University of Arizona-led partnership was awarded a grant of more than $1.7 million from the United States Agency for International Development to help develop an aquaculture industry that will be central to Myanmar's strategy to rejoin the global economy.

The USAID funding has resulted in the implementation of the three-year project, "Developing a Sustainable Seafood Industry... Read more

Post date: Wed, 09/02/2015 - 11:22
Congratulations to Carmen Elena L'Annunziata Monge for being selected as the 2014-2015 Best Master's Thesis Award winner! 
 
The Award committee... Read more
Post date: Fri, 05/29/2015 - 14:08

The University of Arizona- Southwest Institute for Research On Women's Nina Rabin has recently published an article titled: Ever the Protectors, Moms Seeking Asylum Need Protection, Too.

Post date: Wed, 05/20/2015 - 12:00
The University of Arizona- Southwest Institute for Research On Women would like to thank attendees for attending the premiere of Not Your Usual Bedtime Story on Sunday! We greatly appreciate you taking time out of your weekend to participate in the poster session and join us for the screening. It was wonderful to receive so much support fromour community.
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Post date: Wed, 05/20/2015 - 11:55

The University of Arizona - Southwest Institute for Research On Women's (UA-SIROW) Rosi Andrade was recently published on WomensENews.org. Her story, In Mexico, Domestic Workers' Story is Rags to Rags discusses one of Mexico's most often overlooked populations. To view the article, ... Read more

Post date: Mon, 05/11/2015 - 08:13

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