Gender & Women's Studies

Our Faculty

Keri BrandtKeri Brandt, Associate Professor of Sociology
Education: BA Political Science, Fort Lewis College; PhD Sociology, University of Colorado, Boulder
Office: 79 Reed Library
Phone: 970-247-7438
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Kathleen Fine-DareKathleen Fine-Dare, Professor of Anthropology and Coordinator of GWS
Education: BA Anthropology, DePauw University; MA Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; PhD Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Office: 281 Center of Southwest Studies (CSWS)
Phone: 970-247-7438
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Emily HoughtonEmily Houghton, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
Education: BA American Studies, Elmira College; MS Management, New England College; MS Kinesiology, University of Illinois, Chicago; PhD Kinesiology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Office: Whalen Gymnasium, RM 134
Phone: 970-247-7481
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Michael Martin

Michael T. Martin, Associate Professor of History
Education: BA English, University of Iowa; MA Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University; PhD Medieval History, Western Michigan University
Office: 207 Noble Hall
Phone: 970-247-7147
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Janelli MillerJanelli Miller, Visiting Professor of Anthropology and Environmental Studies
Education: BA Evergreen State College; MA Anthropology, Northern Arizona University; PhD Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson
Office: 286 Center of Southwest Studies (CSWS)
Phone: 970-247-7298
Anthony NocellaAnthony J. Nocella II, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Education: BA Political Science, Pre-Law and Public Administration, University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX; MA Peacemaking and Conflict Studies, Fresno Pacific University; MS in Foundations of Education, Syracuse University; Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies, Syracuse University; Graduate Certificate in Mediation, Fresno Pacific University; Graduate Certificate in International Conflict Management, Syracuse University; Ph.D. Social Science, Syracuse University.  
Office: Reed 073
Phone: 970-382-6950

Cory PillenCory Pillen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Education: B.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln; M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teaches courses in art history
Office: Art Hall, Rm 133
Phone: 970-247-7359

Sarah Roberts-CadySarah Roberts-Cady, Professor of Philosophy
Education: BA Philosophy, Linfield College; PhD Philosophy, Purdue University
Office: 217 Noble
Phone: 970-247-7002
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Amy SellinAmy Sellin, Associate Professor of Spanish
Education: BA Spanish & Latin American Studies, University of California, Berkeley; MA Hispanic Studies, Brown University; PhD Hispanic Studies, Brown University
Office: 201 Noble
Phone: 970-247-7256
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Natasha Tidwell, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Education: BA Psychology, Lamar University; PhD Social Psychology, Texas A&M University
Office: 292 EBH
Phone: 970.247.7339

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Our Staff

Laurel Baldwin, Administrative Assistant
Education: BA Gender & Women's Studies, Fort Lewis College
Office: 273 Center of Southwest Studies (CSWS)
Phone: 970-382-6923

Emeritus Faculty

Marcy Jung, Associate Professor Emerita
AAUW Liason to GWS Program