DEBORAH A. HOBBINS GRADUATE STUDENT AWARD IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, RIGHTS, AND JUSTICE

Social Welfare PhD student Emma Carpenter recently received the Deborah A. Hobbins Award in Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice from the Center for Research on Gender and Women at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was one of two recipients.

The award seeks to advance the reproductive health, rights, and justice of residents of Wisconsin and beyond, and to support the scholarly and career trajectories of future professionals in this topic area.

Carpenter plans to defend her dissertation, “Queering Pregnancy: Exploring the role of queer identity in pregnancy plans and desires,” this spring.

 

Carpenter, Emma

Read the full article at: https://crgw.gws.wisc.edu/scholarships-awards-and-fellowships/deborah-a-hobbins-graduate-student-award-in-reproductive-health-rights-and-justice/?fbclid=IwAR2LsgoLc1LJ_TTTZah6jhn91DlzyqhMiETTC9FT09zzM_GV9MSdtE3X6XQ