WMS Faculty

Jared Baker is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry.

Martha Easton is an Associate Professor of Sociology and the current Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program. She teaches the Gender and Society class and has also co-taught the Women and Society and the Gender and the Media course. She is the advisor of Triota, the Women's Studies Honor Society.

Myra Glenn is a Professor of American History and regularly teaches U.S. Women's History courses. She is one of the original founders of the Women's Studies program at Elmira College and has served as the Coordinator of Women's Studies. 

Allyson Graf is an Assistant Professor of Psychology.  

Charlie Jacobson is an Associate Professor of Mathematics. 

Rebecca Johnson is an Assistant Professor of Education.

Jan Kather has been a part of the women’s studies program since it was established at Elmira College in 1990 and was the Coordinator in 1995. She has been the advisor of the Gender Issues Group (first known as the Women’s Issues Group) during that same time period. She recently has co-taught the courses Women and Society and Gender and the Media with Dr. Easton.

Mariam Khawar is an Associate Professor of Economics.

Denise King is an adjunct professor who teaches Women in U.S. Politics and a first-year seminar course on gender roles called It's a Man's World, or Is It?

Joe Lemak is a Roman Historian and the Director of the Freshman Writing Program.

Carol Lenhart is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and teaches the Women and Quilting in American Society course.

Mitch Lewis teaches 20th Century British Women Writers and is teaching the Feminist Issues and Theory seminar in Winter 2011. He is an Associate Professor of English Literature. 

Geetha Louisnathan is a Visiting Lecturer in Human Services.

Amy Lyndaker is an Assistant Professor of Biology.

Mary Jo Mahoney is an Associate Professor of English Literature. She teaches the Term III course Growing Up Female in America.

Diane Maluso regularly teaches Psychology of Women, and she contributes the Term III course WWW.Women. She sometimes teaches the Women and Society course. She has also taught the Feminist Issues and Theory seminar. She is a former Coordinator of the Women's Studies program and is an Associate Professor of Psychology.

Corey McCall teaches the Feminist Philosophy course and is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion.

Charlie Mitchell is a Professor of American Studies and once upon a time served as the Coordinator of the Women's Studies program without messing anything up. In addition to occasionally teaching the Women and Society course he teaches courses on Gender and Utopia in American Culture and Gender and Nature.

Robin O'Brian is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and is a former Coordinator of the Women's Studies program. She teaches the Anthropology of Gender course and co-teaches the Human Sexuality course.

Mark Pitner is an Assistant Professor of Asian History.  He teaches Women in Pre-Modern Asia and Women in Modern Asia that examine the changing conceptions of gender and the roles of women in Asian History. 

Lauren Shaw is an Associate Professor of Spanish.  She teaches the Contemporary Latina Literature course.

Bob Shephard teaches the Women in European History course and is a Professor of History. He occasionally co-teaches Women and Society. He is one of the original founders of the Women's Studies program.

Corey Stilts is an Associate Professor of Chemistry.

Denise Talenti is an Assistant Professor of Nurse Education.

Jim Twombly is an Associate Professor of Political Science. He teaches the Women and Politics course.

Elizabeth Wavle-Brown is one of the original founders of the Women's Studies program in 1990, once serving as the Coordinator for Women's Studies. She has co-taught Women and Society and is an advisor for PRIDE. She is the Dean of Library and Information Technology.

Alexa Yesukevich is an Adjunct Professor in Sociology. She teaches Sexual Identities and Society and the senior seminar in Feminist Issues and Theories.  
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