WGSS Faculty & Directories
- Core Faculty
- Affiliated Faculty
- Faculty Awards
- Library & Links
- How to Become an Affiliated Faculty Member
- Research Areas
The Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program at Ohio University is a community of scholars exploring gender as it informs both traditional approaches to disciplinary knowledge and everyday life in a range of historical and cultural contexts.
It is a central tenet of the program's pedagogy that such exploration can provide us with the tools, analytical and political, to be both curious and critical. The program promotes interdisciplinary teaching and research and provides a locus of feminist scholarship and activism on the campus, in the community, and beyond.
How to Become an Affiliated Faculty Member
The program welcomes new faculty. Faculty who teach gender- and/or sexuality-related courses or pursue gender/sexuality-related research, should contact Dr. Kim Little.
Dr. Loran Marsan: Grasselli Brown Faculty Teaching Award in the Humanities. Ohio University. College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Loran Marsan: OHIO LGBT Community Spirit Awards for Most Outstanding Faculty Ally, from the LGBT Center for the 2014-15 year.
Dr. Kimberly Little was selected as the Group II Outstanding Faculty Award Winner.
Dr. Nicole Reynolds won a College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Development Award as well as a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Award
Dr. Susan Burgess won the Robert Bailey Best Paper Award in LGBT Politics, APSA 2012 for her "Lifting the Ban on Gays in the Military: The Role of Pop Culture."
Dr. Julie White won the Outstanding Tutor Award from the Honors Tutorial College.