Texas Tech University

Women's Studies Council

Members 2018 - Present

  • Michael Borshuk, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English
  • Valerie Borum, Ph.D., MSW Program Director & Associate Professor of Social Work
  • Jaclyn Canas-Carrell, Ph.D., Associate Director and Associate Professor, STEM Core, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Claudia Cogliser, Ph.D., Associate Professor,  Management, Ralls College of Business
  • Tricia Earl, MFA, Program Manager/Academic Advisor, Women's & Gender Studies
  • Michael Faris, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of English
  • Cynthia Jumper, MD, MPH, Texas Tech University Health Science Center
  • David Larmour, Ph.D., Horn Professor, Classical Languages & Literature Studies
  • Jennifer Nish, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of English
  • Jody Randall, M.S., Director, Office of LGBTQIA
  • Wendy Ross, J.D., Professor of Law; Director, Family Law and Housing Clinic
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Ph.D., Professor, Human Development & Family Studies and Director, Women's & Gender Studies
  • Emily Skidmore, Ph.D., Associate Professor, U.S. History, Gender and Sexuality
  • Aliza Wong, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Honors College

Members 2016 to 2018

  • Allison Boye, Assistant Director, Teaching Learning & Professional Development
  • Charlotte Dunham, Director, Women's & Gender Studies
  • Tricia Earl, Unit Supervisor, Women's & Gender Studies
  • Jessica Foumena, Graduate Student, Research Assistant, College of Media and Communication
  • Cynthia Henry, Associate Librarian, Library
  • Amy Heuman, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • Don Lavigne, Associate Professor, Classical Languages & Literature Studies
  • Aretha Marbley, Professor, Educational Psychology
  • Luis Ramirez, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Marjean Purinton, Professor, English and Women's Studies
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Brian Steele, Associate Professor in Art History and Associate Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Carol Lindquist, Associate Professor of Practice, Sociology

Members 2015 to 2016

  • Allison Boye, Assistant Director, Teaching Learning & Professional Development
  • Charlotte Dunham, Director, Women's & Gender Studies
  • Tricia Earl, Unit Coordinator, Women's & Gender Studies
  • Amy Heuman, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • Karlos Hill, Associate Professor, History
  • Erika Brooks-Hurst, Graduate Student, Research Assistant, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Aretha Marbley, Professor, Educational Psychology
  • Luis Ramirez, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Marjean Purinton, Professor, English and Women's Studies
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Brian Steele, Associate Professor in Art History and Associate Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Cynthia Henry, Associate Librarian, Library
  • Carol Lindquist, Associate Professor of Practice, Sociology

Members 2014 to 2015

  • Allison Boye, Unit Coordinator, Teaching Learning & Professional Development
  • Charlotte Dunham, Director, Women's Studies Program
  • Tricia Earl, Unit Coordinator, Women's Studies Program
  • Amy Heuman, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
  • Erika Brooks-Hurst, Graduate Student, Research Assistant, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Aretha Marbley, Professor, Educational Psychology
  • Luis Ramirez, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Marjean Purinton, Professor and Associate Dean, Honors College
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Brian Steele, Associate Professor in Art History and Associate Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Kimberly Vardeman, Associate Librarian, Library
  • Trenia Walker, Associate Professor, Education Curriculum & Instruction

Members 2013 - 2014

  • Mary Frances Agnello, Associate Professor, Education Curriculum Instruction
  • Allison Boye, Unit Coordinator, Teaching Learning & Professional Development
  • Donell Callendar, Associate Librarian, Library
  • Charlotte Dunham, Director, Women's Studies Program
  • Tricia Earl, Coordinator, Women's Studies Program
  • Lauren Gollahon, Associate Professor, Biology
  • Aretha Marbley, Professor, Educational Psychology
  • Luis Ramirez, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Marjean Purinton, Professor and Associate Dean, Honors College
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Brian Steele, Associate Professor in Art History and Associate Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts

Members 2012 - 2013

  • Allison Boye, Unit Coordinator, Teaching Learning & Professional Development
  • Donell Callendar, Associate Librarian, Library
  • Charlotte Dunham, Director, Women's Studies Program
  • Tricia Earl, Coordinator, Women's Studies Program
  • Lauren Gollahon, Associate Professor, Biology
  • Aretha Marbley, Professor, Educational Psychology
  • Frances Martin, Undergraduate Student, Major: History, Minor: Women's Studies
  • Luis Ramirez, Associate Professor, Sociology
  • Marjean Purinton, Professor and Associate Dean, Honors College
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Brian Steele, Associate Professor in Art History and Associate Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts

Members 2011-2012

  • Allison Boye, Unit Coordinator, Teaching Learning & Professional Development
  • Charlotte Dunham, Director, Women's Studies Program
  • Tricia Earl, Coordinator, Women's Studies Program
  • Carol Flueckiger, Associate Professor, School of Art
  • Lauren Gollahon, Associate Professor, Biology
  • Aretha Marbley, Professor, Educational Psychology
  • Frances Martin, Undergraduate Student, Major: History, Minor: Women's Studies
  • Luis Ramirez, Assistant Professor, Sociology
  • Marjean Purinton, Professor and Associate Dean, Honors College
  • Elizabeth Sharp, Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
  • Brian Steele, Associate Professor in Art History and Associate Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts

 

Purpose

The purpose of the Women's Studies Council is to advise the Director of the program and enable all members of the University community to participate in and be informed about the Women's Studies Program.

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