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Program Faculty
 

About our faculty
The faculty who teach in the Women's Studies program have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, as evidenced by their consistently high teaching evaluations. The faculty have diverse research interests and have attained advanced degrees from some of the most prestigious institutions in the nation.

Women's Studies Steering Committee:

 

  • Heather Amthauer - Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Dawn Armfield - English
  • Sally Boniece - History
  • Amy Branam - English
  • Shoshana Brassfield - Philosophy
  • Jennifer Flinn - Psychology
  • Julie Hartman-Linck - Sociology/Women's Studies
  • Mary Anne Lutz - English
  • Nicole Mattis - Theatre & Dance
  • Eleanor McConnell - History

 

Affiliated Faculty and Staff:

  • Amanda Bena - Lewis J. Ort Library
  • Melissa Boehm- Mass Communication
  • Sunshine Brosi - Biology
  • Jennifer Browne - English
  • Tracy Edwards - Geography
  • Travis English - Visual Arts
  • Amy Fynes - Office of Student and Community Involvement
  • Mary Gartner - Office of the Provost (retired)
  • Ellen Grolman - Music (retired)
  • Sara-Beth James - Office of Planning, Assessment, and Institutional Research
  • Joy Koeger-Mappes - Philosophy (retired)
  • Minerva Ladores - Educational Professions
  • Terri Massie Burrell - Office of Student Success and Retention
  • Linda McCulloch - Theatre & Dance (retired)
  • Rhiannon Morgret - Disability Support Services
  • Jill Morris - English
  • John O’Rorke - Political Science
  • Trina Redmond - Psychology
  • Randall Rhodes - Office of the Provost
  • Elesha Ruminski - Communication Studies
  • Maria-Luisa Sanchez - Foreign Languages and Literature
  • Beth Scarloss - Educational Professions
  • Dusty Shaffer - Theatre & Dance
  • Steven Soebbing - Music
  • Sheri Whalen - Mass Communication
  • Robin Wynder - The Diversity Center