Since Women and Gender Studies is interdisciplinary, faculty who teach its classes come from a variety of departments. Clicking on a faculty profile below will take you to that department's website; to return to the Women and Gender Studies website, simply use the 'Back' button on your browser.
Teaches Theology and Justice & Peace Studies
Teaches Sociology, Social Problems, Social Change, Social Psychology. Department chair and Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Interested in Strategic Communication, Intercultural Communication, Cybercultures, Social Media, Gender Studies
Her research and teaching are located at the intersection of sport studies and sport history and focus on the structures and ideologies that influence access and experiences in sport and physical activity settings.
Areas of professional interest include Social Media Use, Identity Formation, and Culture.
Dr. Gosnell teaches ethics; applied ethics; and philosophy of sex and love.
Teaches theology and is the Director of General Education
Teaches psychology, child and adolescent development, and psychology and treatment of both juvenile offenders and crime victims.
Director of Women and Gender Studies (WGS) and teaches courses in WGS and History
Teaches U.S. History, Women's History, Modern History and East Asian History.
On Sabbatical, Spring 2017. Teaches Christian theology and courses in Women and Gender Studies.
Teaches Sociology, Criminal Justice, Women's Studies, and Irish Studies
Specializes in counseling and the clinical application of psychology.
Teaches psychology, lifespan and adult development.
Areas of interest include Hispanic comics and graphic novels, representations of women in Hispanic literature and popular culture, Generation X and others.