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Shawn Wilson Named Associate Director of Collections
Shawn has previously served as manager of library public services and user services coordinator.

Research Inspires New Condom Design
The new O-Ring condom, recently cleared by the FDA for public use, was designed based on the findings of the KI Condom Use Research Team (CURT).

Scholar Explores Photography Collection
Art historian Tom Baynes places photographer George Platt Lynes in the context of gay culture and aesthetic of the 1950's.

Assistant Archivists Join Collections Staff
Taylor Dean and Rachel Schend bring their experience and expertise to the Kinsey Institute collections.

Have Art, Will Travel: Kinsey Institute Launches Traveling Shows
Museum consultant Rebecca Fasman explains the goals of this new Kinsey collections initiative.

In the Collections
Drew Clark-Huckstep and Hallimeda Allinson of the IU department of history are combing the archives to present the history of the Kinsey Institute.

New Faces at the Kinsey Institute
Meet Associate Director Dr. Nancy Ostrowski and Senior Clinical Research Fellow Dr. Jerry Jesseph.

Sue Carter Builds on the Kinsey Research Legacy
Check out some of the new podcasts and interviews with Dr. Carter.

Research Briefs: Spring 2016
New research findings reveal attitudes and behaviors of LGTBQ singles, sexting behavior, and the stigma of virginity.

Sue Carter Shares Insights with DatingAdvice.com
Carter discusses bringing a fresh perspective to the Institute.

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