Doug Meyer, Assistant Professor of Women, Gender & Sexuality

May 21, 2020 -- Bridget Murphy

Congratulations, WGS majors and minors!  As you graduate, think of your WGS degree as helping to prepare you for life beyond your undergraduate education.  While those voices questioning your choice in WGS may be powerful, feel confident that your WGS degree has helped prepare you for life after graduation.  WGS students are particularly good at questioning and troubling standard modes of practice - think about your WGS training as providing you with these exemplary critical thinking skills.  Oh, and try to celebrate - congrats, you made it!