- Article about WGSS' independent study research program in Purdue's Archives and Special collections
- Cheryl Cooky wins the 2018 "Outstanding Sociology of Sport Article of the Year Award for publication "We cannot stand idly by: A necessary call for the public sociology of sport." This award is presented to the author of the best article published in the Sociology of Sport Journal from the previous calendar year.
- Jennifer Freeman Marshall is on panel at Purdue's Dawn or Doom
- Jennifer Freeman Marshall hosts writer of new feminist-focused Earhart book
- Freeman Marshall and Boisseau speak at opening of Guerrilla Girls Exhibit
- Jennifer Freeman Marshall featured speaker for Purdue's "Big Read"
- TJ Boisseau leads study abroad program in India
Under the purview of WGSS faculty advisor, TJ Boisseau, The Period Project put on a menstrual product competition among the sororities and collected about one thousand products. They also used the money from a bake sale to procure products at a reduced price from Kimberly Clark to donate about 2,000 products to ACE food pantry. They also do a brief education section at each of our meetings, which facilitates conversation outside of meetings.
Under the purview of WGSS faculty advisor, Jennifer Freeman Marshall, the purpose of FACT is to promote gender equity and social justice on the Purdue Campus and in the local community.
Under the purview of WGSS faculty advisor, TJ Boisseau, Gamma Rho Lambda National sorority is a multicultural social sorority for women, trans-women, trans-men and non-binary students of any race, culture, or sexual orientation. Gamma Rho Lambda National Sorority is dedicated to providing a social support system for young college students. Gamma Rho Lambda has been referred to as the first national multicultural lesbian sorority; however we are inclusive of cis -gendered women, Trans women, Trans men, and gender variant people of all sexualities and racial identities.