Women's Studies Affiliated Faculty
Texas Tech University is committed to ethical institutional programs that meet the teaching, research, and service objectives of each discipline and department, to policies that are consistent with those objectives, and to a working and learning environment that encourages active participation. Such exemplary environments often challenge existing worldviews, requiring trust in the process of discovery and the acceptance of uncertainty and ambiguity within ethical parameters.
How is Affiliated Faculty defined?
An affiliate faculty member in the Women's Studies Program consists of persons holding academic appointments in other departments or interdisciplinary programs that support and advocate feminist pedagogy. Affiliated Faculty includes full-time faculty (tenure and non-tenure track). Additionally we also recognize half and three quarter time instructors, including but not limited to, GTPI and Adjuncts.
What does it mean to be an Affiliated Faculty in Women's Studies?
As an interdisciplinary program, Women's Studies brings together faculty from across the campus. These scholars teach, research and/or service the University in areas related to Women's and Gender Studies.
What are the benefits to being an Affiliated Faculty in Women's Studies?
One of the strengths of the Women’s Studies Program is the collaboration we have with faculty from many different disciplines.