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Social media, Website content planning for gender, race, sexuality studies journal FRONTIERS A JOURNAL OF WOMEN STUDIES

Faculty Mentor: Wanda Pillow
Title: Professor
College: Cultural & Social Transformation
School / Department: Gender Studies

Project description

The premier feminist studies journal “Frontiers” is in need of a student to work with the Editors and Assistant. Primary Focus on website development: communications, scheduling and content development for author, activist, artist interviews for podcasts and other web content. Social media strategies may also be part of the project.

Student Role: • Meet with Editor and Assistant and plan goals
• Maintain consistent communications with Editor and Assistant on projects, timelines, problem-solving
Student Benefits: Insight into journal production; experience working with a collective; opportunity to impact website content; interact with incredible scholars; and mentoring by journal Editor
Project Duration: project is ongoing until July 2023; 5-10 hours per week depending on student schedule
Opportunity Type: Volunteer; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write Honors thesis; Earn independent study credit
Is this a paid opportunity: No
Minimum Requirements: experience or interest in web communications & gender, race, sexuality, disability studies is preferable. coursework in these areas not required but taken into account.