Women's Studies Honors May 2014 Graduates
(l-r) Meghann Murphy, Graduate Certificate; Emilee Gribben, Minors in Women's Studies and LGBT Studies; Kelsey Boyajian, Women's Studies Minor; Tami Gorodetzer, Women's Studies Minor; Lyndsay Newman, Graduate Certificate shown at a reception honoring May 2014 graduates held at the McKinney Alumni Center on April 25, 2014. For a complete list of graduates visit: News
Women’s Studies Is...
An academic program generating, supporting, and sharing research on women, gender, and sexuality.
Women's Studies at Appalachian State University is a degree-granting program housed in the Department of Cultural, Gender and Global Studies. We offer a B.A. in Women's Studies, an LGBT Studies minor, a Girls' Studies minor, a Women's Studies minor, and a graduate certificate in Women's Studies. We have 53 faculty affiliates representing 5 Colleges and 15 departments. Founded in 1976, Appalachian's Women's Studies program is the oldest program in the UNC system and the second oldest program in North Carolina.
For more information about Appalachian's Women's Studies program, contact Dr. Kim Q. Hall, Director of Women's Studies.
Dr. Kim Q. Hall
Director of Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies