Meet Our Alumni: Dr. Vanessa Ann Claus by Kendra R. Parker Dr. Vanessa Ann Claus ‘ 08 graduated with a dual major in Women’s Studies* and Communication. Dr. Claus is a Lead Faculty Member at Colorado State University-Global Campus teaching business and management courses and publishing in peer-reviewed journals. In 2013, she co-published “Culture and leadership: […]
by Kendra R. Parker Dr. Davia J. Crutchfield will be visiting Hope’s campus this week. Check out our interview with Dr. Crutchfield. She discusses her Women’s Studies certificate, the value of WGS courses, her research inspirations, and more. What are you most excited to share with students, faculty, staff, and community members who will attend […]
How long have you been teaching at Hope College? This is my 4thyear teaching at Hope College. Did you major/minor in WGS, and if so, how did your WGS major/minor/certificate shape you? If not, how did you come to WGS as an academic discipline? The college I attended did not have a WGS major/minor, and […]
Today, the WGS Program remembers the life of Dr. Jonathan Hagood. We honor Jonathan today with personal reflections, believing these moments of remembrance are one more way to honor a man who gave much to many people. “When I think of Jonathan I remember the numerous faith-exploration initiatives he led—Continuum scholars, the summer Faith and […]
How long have you been teaching at Hope College? This is my 7th year teaching at Hope, my 6th year teaching within the WGS program, and my 2nd year serving as director of Women’s and Gender Studies. Did you major/minor in WGS, and if so, how did your WGS major/minor/certificate shape you? If not, how did you come […]
Welcome to the Hope College Women’s and Gender Studies first blog post. We are excited to share stories from our faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends. Our guest next week will be Dr. Carrie Bredow, Psychology faculty member and Director of the WGS Program. Meet Dr. Bredow, and come back next week to learn more!