SIROW Partners

Collaborators

SIROW researchers work collaboratively with several University of Arizona colleges and departments, other educational institutions, governmental agencies and numerous community-based organizations on issues pertinent to the lives of women and girls.

4-H Healthy Living Ambassadors

Amity Dragonfly Village

Arizona Department of Education (and K-12 schools across the state)

Arizona Department of Health Services

Arizona Family Health Partnership

Arizona House of Representatives 

Arizona MOUD ECHO (Formerly MAT ECHO)

Arizona Pharmacists Association

Arizona Public Health Association    

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Arizona Youth Partnership  

Bureau of Prisons

Cholla High School

City High School

City of Tucson

CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness, Inc. 

Community Investment Corporation 

Community Partnership of Southern Arizona

Community Partners Integrated Healthcare

Compass Affordable Housing

Culture of Peace Alliance

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health (Devereux)

Dunbar Coalition

Edge High School 

El Rio Health

EMERGE! Center Against Domestic Abuse

Ephibian Tech Company

Family Housing Resources

Flowing Wells School District

FLUXX

Goodwill Metro Youth Program

Intermountain Centers for Human Development    

Old Pueblo Community Services

Our Family Services

Pima Council on Aging

Pima County Administrator’s Office

Pima County Behavioral Health Department

Pima County Community & Workforce Development Dept.

Pima County Community Prevention Coalition

Pima County Domestic Abuse Coalition

Pima County Health Department

Pima County Juvenile Court Center

Portable Practical Education Preparation, Inc 

Pretrial Services of Arizona Superior Court in Pima County

Saguaro National Park/Friends of Saguaro National Park

Satori School

Sister José Women’s Center

Sky Islands Public High School

Sonoran Prevention Works

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance

Southern Arizona Senior Pride 

Southwest Recovery Alliance

Sunnyside Unified School District

Take Back the Night Tucson

Terros Health

The Gregory School

The Seven Challenges, LLC

Tucson-Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness

Tucson Police Department

Tucson Sex Workers Outreach Project

Tucson Unified School District

Tucson Urban League

United Way Tucson

WFSA – Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona

Youth and Peace Conference

Youth Violence Prevention Coalition 

YWCA

Biosystems Engineering    

Campus Health Services    

Chemistry and Biochemistry     

College of Medicine, Family & Community Medicine    

College of Nursing    

College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice & Science    

College of Public Health    

College of Science    

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences México Initiatives

Community & School Garden Program

Consortium on Gender-based Violence

Department of Computer Science

Department of Psychology

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Eller College of Management

Environmental Science

Fraternity and Sorority Programs 

Gender and Women’s Studies

General Studies

Geography & Development/Environmental Studies

Geosciences 

Graduate College

Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences     

Institute for Children, Youth and Families

Institute for LGBT Studies

Institutional Review Board (eIRB champions)

LGBTQ+ Resource Center

Libraries

Life & Works Connections

Mexican American Studies      

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Natural Resources

Neurosciences and Cognitive Sciences 

Peace Corps Coverdell Fellow Program

Project WET

School of Art

School of Information

School of Sociology

Soil, Water and Environmental Science

STEM Learning Center

Sustainable Built Environments

Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies

Woman in Optics

Caring Health Center, Springfield, MA

Darkness to Light

Indiana Minority Health Coalition

Indiana Recovery Alliance

Overdose Lifeline (Indiana)

Research Triangle International

American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association

Arizona State University

Boston University School of Law

Colegio de Sonora México, College of Law        

Indiana University School of Public Health-

Bloomington

Lambda Legal

National Health Care for the Homeless Council 

SIROW Advisory Board 

SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change

State University of NY (SUNY) – Albany

University of Kentucky College of Public Health

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

University of Massachusetts Amherst, Health Policy and Promotion Department

University of Miami

Urban Survivor’s Union

Washington University St. Louis

Women’s Studies Advocacy Council (WOSAC)

Advisory Board

  • Miguel Cruz, Vice President of Brand and Community Engagement, Tucson Federal Credit Union
  • Cindy Godwin, Community Member
  • Aimee Graves, Principal, Aimee Graves & Associates
  • Josephine Korchmaros, Director & Research Professor, SIROW, University of Arizona
  • Prill Kuhn, Community Member
  • Krista Millay, Senior Director, Student Engagement Initiatives, University of Arizona
  • Claudia Powell, Associate Director & Research Professor, SIROW, University of Arizona
  • Tara Radke, Director of Grant Development and Management, El Rio Health
  • Jason Thorpe, Community Services Administrator – Planning & Community Development, City of Tucson Housing & Community Development Department
  • Stephanie Troutman, Head & Associate Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies Department, University of Arizona
  • Courtney Waters, Associate Research Social Scientist, SIROW, University of Arizona
  • Jill Williams, Ph.D., Director of the Women in Science & Engineering (WISE) Program, University of Arizona

Regional Partners

The Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW), established in 1979, is a regional research and resource institute within the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona. SIROW’s mission is to develop, conduct, and disseminate collaborative outreach, education, intervention, and research projects of importance to diverse groups. As part of this mission, SIROW coordinates a regional professional network for Gender and Women's Studies departments in the Southwest.

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Regional Members convene for 2019 Annual Meeting in Tucson, AZ

The SIROW Regional Network includes public and private universities from Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Wyoming, and the US-Mexico border region. Each member institution is represented by its sitting gender and women studies department head or unit director.

The SIROW Regional Network has three complementary goals:

  • to serve as a clearing house - disseminating information about its regional partners via SIROW’s website, regional newsletters, and annual meetings;
  • to support the advancement of scholarship and research in gender and women’s studies across the region; and
  • to maintain and broaden a network of gender and women’s studies scholars and researchers – solidifying a supportive relationship between students, scholars, researchers and other feminist professionals.

As one of its main activities, the SIROW Regional Network convenes an annual meeting, typically, in of January each year, where partners come together to brainstorm, plan, and network about how best to support one another, our faculty, and our students.

Arizona

  • Arizona State University
  • Northern Arizona University
  • University of Arizona
  • Prescott College

Colorado

  • University of Colorado, Boulder 
  • University of Colorado, Denver
  • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
  • Colorado College
  • Colorado State University Pueblo
  • Colorado State University, Fort Collins
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • University of Denver
  • Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • Fort Lewis College

Nevada

  • University of Nevada (WRIN), Las Vegas
  • University of Nevada (GSS), Las Vegas
  • University of Nevado, Reno 

New Mexico

  • University of New Mexico 
  • New Mexico State University
  • Eastern New Mexico University 
  • Western New Mexico University
  • New Mexico Highlands University

Texas

  • University of Texas, Austin
  • University of Texas, Arlington
  • University of Texas, El Paso
  • University of North Texas
  • Texas Tech University
  • Texas Woman's University
  • Southern Methodist University

Utah

  • University of Utah
  • Utah State University
  • Southern Utah University
  • Weber State University
  • Brigham Young University

Wyoming

  • University of Wyoming