Clinical Associate Professor, Women's Studies
Graduate Faculty, Women's Studies
Wilson-Short Hall 10H
- M.S., Wildlife Biology, Texas A&M University, 1984.
- B.A. Political Science and Education, Southern Methodist University, 1972.
Research & Teaching Interests
- Intersections of science and technology with gender, race, sexuality, and culture.
- Technologies, globalization, and transnational labor.
- Environmental justice.
- Equitable math and science education.
- Native American cultures and education.
Selected Publications & Grant Supervision
- Annotated Bibliography of Educational Resources on Gender and Culture in Teaching and Learning (with S. M. Kanichy and S. Cooper), Northwest Regional Education Lab (NWREL), http://www.nwrel.org/msec/resources/online.html, 2005.
- Tribal Worldviews (with Dora Rollins), Kellogg Partnership 2020 Tribal Food Systems Initiative, W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Center for Environmental Education, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, 2002.
- "Women, Science and Culture: A Course for First-Year Women and Minority Students in Science, Engineering & Math," (with Sandy Cooper) in Women and Engineering Program Advocates Network Conference Proceedings: Creating and Global Community Through Partnerships, 1998.
- NSF Grant: Project PRISM (collaboration with Colville Federated Tribes promoting success of girls and ethnic minority male students in science, math, engineering, and technology), $886,505 (with Sandy Cooper), 2002.
- NSF Grant: Project EFFECT II (planning grant for collaboration with Colville Federated tribes and regional in-service teachers), $29,780 (with Sandy Cooper), 2000-2001.
- NSF Grant: Project EFFECT (curriculum development grant to promote women and under-represented men in Science, Engineering, & Math fields at WSU), $99,988 (with Sandy Cooper), 1997-1999.