Women and Gender Studies

Mission Statement

Southern Utah University Women and Gender Studies Program seeks to enrich and inform students, faculty, and the community by presenting forums for discussion and presentations about the accomplishments of women past and present, as well as bringing awareness of women's opportunities and needs as they relate to women in a global society.


Upcoming Conference:

"Leadership & Empowerment Across Generations"
April 10-11, 2014

Conference Website
Conference Store (Not necessary to set up an account to Register)

Contact Information:

Affiliated Faculty and Staff:

  • Kholoud Al-Qubbaj
    Assistant Professor of Humanities
  • Curtis Bostick
    Professor of History
  • Emily M. Dean
    Associate Professor of Anthropology
  • Andrea Donovan
    Academic Advisor for History, Sociology, and Anthropology
  • Marsha Garber
    Lecturer in Psychology
  • Rudia Heddings
    Administrative Assistant - Dept. of History, Sociology, and Anthropology
  • Michelle Orihel
    Assistant Professor of History