The following grants were awarded by the Gender Institute in 2015
Grant Round 1, 2015:
- Salmah Eva-Lina Lawrence, Public Lecture: Global echoes of rape and resistance and Masterclass: The future of whiteness, or the realism of white identity by Linda Alcoff. August/ September 2015. Report
- Ramesh Sunam, Workshop: The great transformation in South Asia: A workshop on feminisation of agriculture and its implications for food security for billions of people. August 2015.
- Kathryn Henne & Benjamin Authers, Collaborative Research Node: Possibilities of Feminist Regulation. July 2015-August 2016: Report
- Gemma Carey, Lara Corr & Kathy Landvogt, Roundtable and Forum: Now you see it, now you don't: gender in contemporary policy. September 2015. Report
- Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Workshop: Between the plough and the pick: informal mining in the contemporary world. 5-6 November 2015.
- Kathryn Robinson & Zazie Bowen, Workshop: Islam, Gender Relations and Women's Agency. 17-18 December 2015.
- Kasia Williams, Workshop: Women of diaspora: roles and (self)representations. 24 June 2016. Report
Grant Round 2, 2015
- Rachel Morgain, Workshop: Gender, Science and Wonder. February 2016: Report
- Nina McLean, Workshops: Homeward Bound, Antarctica - leadership and strategic thinking in women, ANU. February 2017.
- Julieanne Lamond, Project: The gendering of literature in Australia, in partnership with The Stella Prize and Feminartsy. Feb-May 2016.
- Supriya Pozhuvelile Benjamin (ANU Circle for Gender Equity), Panels. 2016.
- Christine Phillips, Workshop: Recognising and addressing gender-based harassment in professional education: skills development initiative. 2016.
- Eun Ju Kim-Baker, Panel: Man Up!: What it means to "Be a Man" - A critical masculinities discussion panel. 2016.
- Francesca Maclean, Cultural audit of of undergraduate sutdents in CECS, 2015-2016. Report | Cultural audit
Out of Round, 2015:
- Susan Hutchinson, Contribution towards attendance as a civil society delegate to the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York, March/April 2015.
- Francesca Merlan, Book launch: Wives and Wanderers in a New Guinea Highlands Society. 12 March 2015.
- Joanna Sikora, Public Lecture by Lisa Frehill: Advancing women in science and engineering: how does Australia compare?. 12 November 2015. Report
- Christina Kenny, Workshop: 'The Master’s tools will never dismantle the Master’s house': Radically engaging with International human rights, intersectional advocacy and embodied sexuality and sexual practice. 28 October 2015. Report
- Joyce Das, Evi Eliyanah & Benjamin Hegarty, Conference: Transforming the field of study. November 2015. Conference Report | Conference Booklet