Women's and Gender Studies

Wellesley College Media & Identity Project Survey

Wellesley Centers for Women is doing a nationwide online survey study called the Media & Identity Project.  This study is being conducted by researchers at Wellesley College.  They are inviting young people between the ages of 12-22 to participate. They are interested in how the use of social media, technology, and TV influences you.  The survey will take 15-20 minutes and your answers will remain private. At the end of the survey, you will get a chance to enter raffle prize drawings of $25, $50, and $100. Hurry because the next drawing will be on February 15 (and every 2 weeks thereafter)!

 

Please enter the webpage below to begin taking the survey.

 

www.wcwonline.org/mediaidentitystudy

 

Ivonne Ortega '12, speaks with Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program

WAGS Major, Ivonne Ortega '12, discussed her summer 2011 experience with NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado with CLPP, a national reproductive justice organization, in their fall 2011 newsletter:

 

"One of my main projects this summer was to do research and come up with a two-hour reproductive justice workshop for the staff at NARAL CO. Planning this event and coming up with the workshop exposed me to a lot of different resources and organizations in the Reproductive Justice community and in the non-profit community of Colorado and forced me to come up with my own working definition of what reproductive justice is."

 

Class outside Grosvenor