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SSRC Grant for New Research on COVID-19 and LGBTQ+ Loneliness
Dr. Amanda Gesselman leads a research team focusing on how digital interactions can provide meaningful connections and buffers against loneliness during the pandemic.

Bicentennial Medals Awarded to Kinsey Institute
Executive Director Dr. Justin Garcia, and Director of Library and Special Collections Liana Zhou were recognized by the Office of the Bicentennial at Indiana University.

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Marital Quality
Preliminary findings from a study by the Kinsey Institute's Condom Use Research Team (KI-CURT).

Welcoming the RDSL Lab and Faculty
The Kinsey Institute welcomed Senior Scientist Dr. Jennifer Barber and Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr. Shari Blumenstock to our research team this fall.

Sexologist Erwin Haeberle Donates Digital Archive to Kinsey Institute
SexArchive.info will now be available as a research and educational collection through the Kinsey Institute.

Historical Marker Honors Dr. Alfred Kinsey
The new marker is located outside Swain Hall, where Dr. Kinsey began his research in the 1930s.

NEW Human Sexuality Course Next August
A 4-week interdisciplinary, evidence-based introduction to foundational concepts in the study of human sexuality.

SexTech & Gender Equity Study
Women's use of dating and sex-related mobile phone apps varies between regions of high and low gender equity.

SYMPOSIUM: "31 Photographs: ‘Obscenity,’ Censorship, and Academic Freedom"
An online symposium hosted by the Kinsey Institute exploring government surveillance and censorship, and the importance of free expression in a democratic society.

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