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Women's Studies Program

Department of Literature and Language

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Welcome to the Women's Studies Program 

 

Women’s Studies at ETSU educates students to critically engage issues of gender and sexual equity in the Appalachian South, nationally, and globally.

  • 2019 Notable Women of ETSU, Drs. Sarah Melton (College of Pharmacy) and Lynn Williams (College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences)

  • 2019 Tri-Iota National Honor Society Inductees

  • Angela Hagaman presents “Responding to the Opioid Epidemic in Central Appalachia: Evidence, Partnership and Innovation for Women on Wednesdays

  • ETSU President, Dr. Brian Noland, delivers opening remarks at the 2019 Notable Women awards

  • Angela Hagaman presents “Responding to the Opioid Epidemic in Central Appalachia: Evidence, Partnership and Innovation for Women on Wednesdays

  • Angela Hagaman presents “Responding to the Opioid Epidemic in Central Appalachia: Evidence, Partnership and Innovation for Women on Wednesdays

  • Dr. Sarah Melton, 2019 Notable Woman of ETSU

  • Dr. Lynn Williams, 2019 Notable Women of ETSU

  • Dr. Lynn Williams describes her career journey at the Notable Women awards

  • Teasha Brown, Women's Studies minor

  • Dr. Lynn Williams, Women's Studies Director Dr. Phyllis Thompson, and Dr. Sarah Melton

 

Graduates from our program provide a pool of accomplished critical thinkers who are focused on civic engagement, social justice, and change and who can help to satisfy the continuing need to improve the lives, opportunities, and futures of women, LGBTQ individuals, and other marginalized persons or groups.

 

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Women's Studies Newsletter

View our Spring 2019 newsletter.

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