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2013

Brittany Bloodhart

  • She received her dual Ph.D. in Psychology & Women's Studies in 2013 and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University.

brittanybloodhart@gmail.com

Jessica Cundiff

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women’s Studies and Social Psychology the summer of 2013. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

jess2219@gmail.com

Catherine Jampel

  • She received her Dual MS in Women's Studies and Geography the summer of 2013 and is currently a Doctoral student at Clark University.

cjampel@clarku.edu

Nicole Laliberte

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the summer of 2013 and is currently a Lecturer at the University of Toronto-Mississauga.

nicole.laliberte@utoronto.ca

Xu Xu

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Curriculum & Instruction the summer of 2013 she is currently an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature at Central Michigan University.

xu3x@cmich.edu

2012

Mary Barby Badayos-Jover

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Rural Sociology the May of 2012 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Philippines.

Gregory Lankenau

  • He received his Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the summer of 2012 and is currently an Assistant Professor at Florida Gulf Coast University.

glankenau@fgcu.edu

Melissa Rock

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the summer of 2012 and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography, Affiliated Faculty of Asian Studies and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She is also the founding member and Co-organizer of DASH Lab.

myrock@newpaltz.edu

Matthew Zawadzki

  • He received the dual-degree in Women’s Studies and Social Psychology in summer 2012 and is currently Assistant Professor of Psychology at University of California, Merced.

2011

Beth Bee

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the fall of 2011 and is currently an Assistant Professor at East Carolina University.

BEEB@ECU.EDU

Beate Brunow

  • She received her PhD in German Language and Literature with a Minor in Women's Studies in 2011 and she is currently an Assistant Professor of German and Gender Studies at Wofford College.

brunowbu@wofford.edu

Kate Derickson-Driscoll

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography May of 2011 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota.

kdericks@umn.edu

Adetty Perez De Miles

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Art Education in May of 2011 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas.

adetty.perezmiles@unt.edu

Stephanie Troutman

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Curriculum & Instruction the summer of 2011 and is currently an Assistant Professor at Berea College.

Stephanie_Troutman@berea.edu

2010

Yihuai Cai

  • Yihuai received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Curriculum & Instruction in the Summer of 2010.

Srijana Shrestha

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Psychology the summer of 2010 and she is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of St.Thomas in Houston, TX.

shrests@stthom.edu

Dai-Rong Wu

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Art Education in the fall of 2010.

2009

Jennifer Biedenforf

  • She received her PhD in Communications, Arts & Sciences with a Minor in Women's Studies in the spring of 2009.

Sushmita Chatterjee

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Political Science in the spring of 2009 and is currently an Assistant Professor at Appalachian State University.

chatterjees@appstate.edu

Jessica Hayes-Conroy

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the summer of 2009 and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Women's Studies Department of Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

hayes-conroy@hws.edu

Ruth Mendum

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Rural Sociology the spring of 2009 and is currently the Director of the University Fellowships Office at Penn State University.

univ-fellowships@psu.edu

Piper Mullins

  • She received her Masters Dual Degree in Women's Studies and French in the spring of 2009 and she is currently Program Coordinator, Pan-Smithsonian Cryo-Initiative at the Smithsonian Institution.

Dana Schulte

  • She received her Masters Dual Degree in Women's Studies and French in the spring of 2009 and she is currently a French teacher at Fox C-6 School District in Missouri.

Nicole Sparling

  • She received her PhD in Comparative Literature with a Minor in Women's Studies in the spring of 2009 and she is currently an Assistant Professor of World Literature at the Central Michigan University.

sparl1nl@cmich.edu

2008

Crystal Endsley

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Curriculum & Instruction the summer of 2008 and is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor in Africana Studies at Hamilton College.

Niveditha Menon

  • She received her PhD in Sociology with a Minor in Women's Studies in the fall of 2008.

Raena Qinlivan

  • She received her PhD in Communications, Arts & Sciences with a Minor in Women's Studies in the fall of 2008 and she is currently a visiting Assistant Professor in Rhetoric at The Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University.

raena.quinlivan@asu.edu

Lissette Szwydky

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and History the fall of 2008 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas.

lissette@uark.edu

2007

Sarah Gervais

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Psychology the summer of 2007 she is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

sgervais2@unl.edu

Natalie Jolly

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Rural Sociology the summer of 2007 and is currently a lecturer at the University of Washington, Tacoma.

natjolly@u.washington.edu

Heather Ondercin

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Political Science in the fall of 2007 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Mississippi.

Cole Reilly

  • He received his Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Curriculum & Instruction the fall of 2007 and is currently an Assistant Professor at Towson University.

creilly@towson.edu

Anu Sabhlok

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the spring of 2007 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research(IISER), Mohali.

anusablok@iisermohali.ac.in

Leah Warner

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Social Psychology the spring of 2007 she is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at Ramapo College of New Jersey.

lwarner@ramapo.edu

2006

Erin Wyble Newcomb

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Literacy Education in the fall of 2006 and is currently a lecturer at SUNY New Paltz.

newcombe@newpaltz.edu

2005

Ayse Dayi

  • She received her PhD in Human Development and Family Studies with a Minor in Women's Studies in the spring of 2005.

Jennifer Fluri

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the summer of 2005 and is currently an Associate Professor at Dartmouth University.

jennifer.fluri@dartmouth.edu

Peeter Tammeveski

  • He received his PhD with a minor in Women's Studies in the summer of 2005 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of North Dakota.

peeter.tammeveski@email.und.edu

Amy Trauger

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Geography the spring of 2005 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia.

atrauger@uga.edu

2004

Jennifer Davis

  • She received her PhD in History with a Minor in Women's Studies in the summer of 2004 and she is currently an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Oklahoma.

Njeri Githire

  • She received her PhD in Comparative Literature with a Minor in Women's Studies in the summer of 2004 and she is currently an Associate Professor of African American & African Studies at the University of Minnesota.

ngithire@umn.edu

Marla Jaksch

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Art Education the spring of 2004 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the College of New Jersey.

jakschm@tcnj.edu

Risa Whitson

  • She received her PhD in Geography with a Minor in Women's Studies in the summer of 2004 and she is currently an Associate Professor of Geography at Ohio University.

whitson@ohio.edu

2003

Jennifer Eisenhauer

  • She received her Dual PhD in Women's Studies and Art Education the spring of 2003 and is currently an Assistant Professor at Ohio State University.

eisenhauer.9@osu.edu

Lynne Fallwell

  • She received her PhD in History with a Minor in Women's Studies in the summer of 2003 and she is currently an Assistant Professor of History at Texas Tech University.

L.Fallwell@ttu.edu

2002

Vidhya Swaminathan

  • She received her PhD in English with a Minor in Women's Studies in the fall of 2002 and she is currently an Associate Professor of English at Long Island University-Brooklyn.

srividhya.swaminathan@liu.edu

2001

Jamie Warner

  • She received her Ph.D. in Political Science with a minor in Women’s Studies in 2001 and is currently a professor of Political Science at Marshall University.

Beth Widmaier Capo

  • She received her PhD in English with a Minor in Women's Studies in the fall of 2001 and she is currently an Associate Professor of English at Illinois College.

bcapo@mail.ic.edu

2000

Whitney Chirdon

  • She received her Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies and French with a Minor in Women’s Studies in 2000.

whitney@psu.edu

Margaret Farrar

  • She received her PhD in Political Science with a Minor in Women's Studies in the fall of 2000 and she is currently an Associate Professor of Political Science at Augustana College.

MargaretFarrar@augustana.edu

1991

Kate Nikolishen Garrity

  • She received her Speech Communications Major with a Women's Studies Minor in 1991.
  • She is currently the Director of Library Services at Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, PA

kgarrity@germantownfriends.org