The Gender and Policy Network is composed of Princeton University students, faculty and alumni whose experiences, research and careers have convinced them of the salience of gender as a critical variable in the design, evaluation and implementation of policies. Recognizing the significance of gender to public and international affairs, the Network aims to promote the integration of gender into the curriculum of the School of Public and International Affairs and to promote engagement of these issues in the Princeton University community.
We do so by fostering dialogues and supplementing the curriculum at the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) at Princeton University. GPN's goals are to:
- Expand student learning about gender as a variable in public policies;
- Develop personal and professional contacts for sharing information and guidance among students, staff, faculty, and alumni; and
- Provide a forum for dialogue on contemporary issues about gender and policy.
GPN Co-Chairs Report 2017-18
June 14, 2019
GPN Co-Chairs Report 2016-17
Aug. 11, 2017
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