All Faculty

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B

  • Supriya Baily

    Supriya Baily

    Associate Professor, College of Education and Human Development

    Dr. Bailys research has focused primarily on the effects nonformal education has had on women and the communities in which they live.

C

  • Lauren B Cattaneo

    Lauren B Cattaneo

    Associate Professor

    empowerment, resilience, community-based learning, transformative education, civic engagement, intimate partner violence, client-centered services

  • Cher Weixia Chen

    Cher Weixia Chen

    Associate Professor

    International Studies, Legal Studies, and Social Justice and Human Rights

  • Ric R Chollar

    Ric R Chollar

    Instructor

    LGBTQ & Women and Gender Studies

D

  • John G. Dale

    John G. Dale

    Associate Professor

    sociology of human rights; political sociology; social movements; global and transnational sociology; science, knowledge, and technology; law and transnational conflict; critical sociology of development; community and urban sociology; comparative and historical sociology; and area specialist in Burma/Myanmar.

F

  • Al Fuertes

    Al Fuertes

    Associate Professor

    Facilitation and dialog, global education, psychosocial trauma healing, conflict resolution, theology of struggle, anti-human trafficking and displacement issues

G

  • Michael Gilmore

    Michael Gilmore

    Associate Professor

    Ethnobiology, community-based conservation, biocultural diversity, sustainable development

O

  • Julie E. Owen

    Julie E. Owen

    Associate Professor

    Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL), leadership studies

V

  • Jenice View

    Jenice View

    Associate Professor

    Critical teacher professional development, History education, Civil rights and labor education, The uses of arts integration, Teaching for social justice

W

  • Shelley Wong

    Shelley Wong

    Associate Professor

    Dialogic approaches to teaching and research; sociocultural approaches to literacy, academic achievement for racial, cultural and language minority students, critical discourse analysis