Meet a scientist: Kathleen O’Reilly
Written by September Martin for the Texas Water Resources Institute
A Window to the World: As a geographer and ethnographer, Dr. Kathleen O’Reilly explores how lack of water and sanitation impact rural and urban communities in India.
Written by Morgan Knobloch for the Texas A&M Foundation
CORP webinar on Impacts of COVID-19: Gender Inequities in WASH with Kathleen O’Reilly speaking on “Global experience of WASH related gendered impacts during Pandemics”
Hosted by Centre for Policy Research (New Delhi) as part of the Scaling City Institutions for India (SCI-FI)
CORP webinar on Impacts of COVID-19: Gender Inequities in WASH with Kathleen O’Reilly speaking on “Global experience of WASH related gendered impacts during Pandemics” (Kathleen O’Reilly from 0:00 to 14:01 min.)
“Health as a Security Priority for Women and Nations”
02/22/2018 TAMU Bush School
Panel Introduction: Silva Hamie, Bush School of Government & Public Service
Panel Speakers: Kathleen O’Reilly, Department of Geography, TAMU Sarah Evans, Well Aware Jacob Allen, Mary’s Meals Board of Directors Moderator: Brandie DePaoli Taylor, School of Health, TAMU
Below is a link to a video of the entire conference. You can view Kathleen’s presentation between time intervals 4:58- 17:08 of the video.
“IAS Symposium Tackles International Security in a Turbulent World”
03/24/2015 University of Oklahoma, International Security Studies
“And miles to go before I pee: Women’s Struggles for Violence-Free Sanitation”
03/04/2015 India Water Portal
“Sanitation Vulnerabilities: Women’s Stresses and Struggles for Violence-Free Sanitation”
01/2015 Research Briefing Note, Sanitation and Hygiene Applied Research for Equality (SHARE)
05/29/2014 Texas A&M University, College of Geosciences
International Gender Workshop
09/12/2013 – 10/12/2013 Session on Women, WASH and Health
Workshop organizers: WSSCC, WSP, SHARE
*The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) closed as of 31 December 2020, therefore this website link is no longer available.
Snapshots of Gender and WASH Innovations in India
“O’Reilly receives grant to study sanitation practices in rural India”
12/15/2012 Texas A&M University, Friends of India NetworkTexas A&M geographer
Kathleen O’Reilly has received a grant to study successful sanitation practices in rural India. The grant is a first for the College of Geosciences from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
“India’s Sanitation Problems Being Studied by Texas A&M Prof”
02/03/2011 The Winkler Post- Texas
Featured Faculty: Kathleen O’ Reilly
India Fieldwork Examines Changing Gender Roles
Spring 2009 GeoConnections, College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University