Charlotte Bunch

Board of Governor's Distinguished Professor
Department of Women's Gender Studies, Center for Women's Global Leadership
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Women's Human Rights Globally, Human Rights, Violence Against Women, Sexual Rights, Gender and Diversity, Women and Leadership, Women Peace and Security, United Nations Policies on Gender and Women, UN Secretary General Selection and Women candidates

Charlotte Bunch, Founding Director and Senior Scholar at the Center for Women's Global Leadership and Board of Governor's Distinguished Professor in Women's and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, has been an activist, writer and organizer in the…

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Jenny Carleo

Rutgers NJAES Cooperative Extension of Cape May County

Key topics: Sunflowers, beach plums, retail marketing of agricultural products, agritourism, women in agriculture, and Annie's Project

An agricultural agent in the coastal region. From NY (non-farm background). Has a BS in Agricultural Science from Rutgers, 1999; Master's of Science, Plant Biology from Rutgers, 2003. Has worked with Rutgers Cooperative Extension since 2003.…

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Barbara Cooper

Professor
Department of History
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Culture and political economy, gender, religion, family life, Niger, West African Sahel

Barbara Cooper, Ph.D., is a professor of history. She is interested in the intersections between culture and political economy, focusing upon gender, religion, and family life. Drawing upon archival sources as well as oral interviews in the Hausa…

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Mary Hawkesworth

Professor and Chair
Department of Women's and Gender Studies
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Feminist theory, women and politics, contemporary political philosophy, and social policy

Mary E. Hawkesworth, Ph.D., is professor of women's and gender studies and a member of the graduate faculty in political science at Rutgers. Her most recent books include War and Terror: Feminist Perspectives (University of…

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Joanna Kempner

Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Politics and science, pain, headaches and migraine, health and illness, sex research, NIH funding

Joanna Kempner's research focuses on areas where medicine, science, politics and gender collide. This research has taken two forms—much of her work focuses on the politics of pain medicine, especially migraine and cluster headache. She also…

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Lisa Klein

Distinguished Professor
Department of Materials Science & Engineering
School of Engineering

Key topics: Alternative energy, materials processing, women in engineering

As both the first female faculty member in the Rutgers School of Engineering and the first female professor in her department, Dr. Lisa C. Klein has encouraged women for more than 30 years to choose engineering as a discipline and a career. Her…

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Ellen Lieberman

Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs
Douglass Residential College

Key topics: Living-Learning Communities; Social Networks / Social Capital; Social Determinants of Health

With over 30 years of experiences in higher education administration and research, Ellen joined Douglass Residential College at Rutgers University–New Brunswick in 2011 where she is the Associate Dean of…

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Linda Stamato

Co-Director and Faculty Fellow
Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

Key topics: Negotiation, conflict resolution, higher education policy, regulatory policy, gender differences in negotiation

Linda Stamato is co-director of the Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution and a member of the graduate faculty at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. She teaches negotiation and conflict resolution at the…

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Deborah Walsh

Director, Center for American Women and Politics
Eagleton Institute of Politics

Key topics: Women and American Politics, Women's Leadership, Women Voters, Women Candidates, and Recruitment

Debbie Walsh is director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics' Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP). She joined the CAWP staff in 1981. As director of the Center, she oversees CAWP's research, education and public service programs.…

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