What is the relevance of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies? How does it intersect with other academic disciplines? How does it prepare you for life after Cornell? In this adjunct course, Cornell professors, alumni, and speakers share the relevance of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies to society and their own lives. In monthly gatherings, we will discuss how this interdisciplinary field intersects with and influences other disciplinary perspectives and how it prepares us for the future. Professors will share the ways that studying women, gender, and/or sexuality has shaped their own teaching, research, and activism. On other occasions, alumni will talk about the effect of GSS studies on their own lives and career paths. This course will also feature a variety of campus speakers and public events that are relevant to gender, sexuality, and women’s studies.