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Amy Bonomi in the News

June 16, 2011
Amy Bonomi, Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Science, was the keynote speaker at the University of Rochester's Bridging Research to Practice Domestic Violence conference on October 22, 2010

Sexuality Studies Minor available at OSU Mansfield

June 16, 2011
The Sexuality Studies Minor is now available to students enrolled on the OSU Mansfield campus. The adviser for the minor is English Professor Norman Jones. For more information visit the Mansfield Sexuality Studies Minor Web site.

Student produced Public Service Announcements being promoted regionally

June 16, 2011
Public Service Announcements about domestic violence produced by students in Professor Amy Bonomi's Romantic Relationships and Violence class (HDFS 694, Spring 2010) are being promoted regionally. BRAVO (Buckeye Regional Anti-Violence Organization) posted one of the student videos on their Web site.

Mollie Blackburn Receives Major Award

June 16, 2011
Professor Mollie Blackburn, Associate Professor in the School of Teaching and Learning, and co-adviser of the Sexuality Studies program, has recently received the "significant body of work award" from the Queer Special Interest Group of American Educational Research Association, the largest academic

DISCO Symposium: Collaborating Across Social Differences

June 16, 2011
Over 120 students, faculty, staff, administrators, and community members attended the Diversity and Identity Studies Collective at OSU (DISCO) symposium on Friday, Feb. 19, from 9-2:00, at the Frank W. Hale Black Cultural Center.

Terry Galloway Plays to a Full House

June 16, 2011
Terry Galloway, author of Mean Little Deaf Queer and performance artist, performed to a full house on November 9. Her visit was co-sponsored by Disability Studies and Sexuality Studies. More about the talk.

Congratulations to Linda Mizejewski

June 16, 2011
Congratulations to Linda Mizejewski,Professor of Women's Studies and an affiliated faculty member of the Sexuality Studies Program, on the forthcoming publication of her new study of Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, the 1934 film that launched the genre of romantic comedy and challenged the ways

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