WOMEN'S STUDIES PROGRAM   Report of Professional Activities 2000-2001

 

Note:  for academic year 2000-2001, time allocations for Women's Studies Faculty are as follows:

Borwick, Susan:  fall 2000:  taught full-time in and was Director of Women's Studies

DeShazer, Mary:  taught 1/2 time in Women's Studies, and 1/2 time in English

Leggon, Cheryl:  fall 2000:  taught full time in Sociology; spring 2001:  taught full time in and became Director of Women's Studies

Nielsen, Linda:  taught 2/3 time in Women's Studies and 1/3 time in Education

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

 

I.                   Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan [full time in Women's Studies Fall 2000 only; Spring 2001, teaching load in Women's Studies equivalent to 1 course]

Performance:  Biedermann and the Firebugs, role of the professor, Nov. 2000

Performance:  Aaron Copland Concert, guest lecturer, Sept. 2000

Performance:  Baptist Women in Ministry, North Carolina Annual Convocation, Charlotte, NC pianist, no date

 

DeShazer, Mary

The Longman Anthology of Women's Literature [January 2001]

 

Leggon, Cheryl [Became Director of Women's Studies, January 2001]

"Enhancing the Research Base," in Access Denied:  Race, Ethnicity and the Scientific Enterprise, edited by George Campbell, Jr., Ronni Dennes, and Catherine Morris.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press

 

Nielsen, Linda

"Fathers and Daughters, Why a course for college students." College Student Journal [May 2001]

"Weight, appearance and eating disorders in female undergraduates."  College Student Journal [Fall 2000]

 

II.                Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

Borwick, Susan [full time in Women's Studies Fall 2000 only; Spring 2001, teaching load in Women's Studies equivalent to 1 course]

Presentation:  "Amy Beach, American Woman at the Piano," Reynolda House, Oct. 2000

 

DeShazer, Mary

Paper:  "Teaching Mothers and Daughters."  National Women's Studies Conference, June 2000

Paper:  "Diaspora in M. NourveSe Philip's Fiction." New Modernisms Conference, October 2000

 

Leggon, Cheryl [Became Director of Women's Studies, January 2001]

Paper:  (with Willie Pearson, Jr., and Henry Etzkowitz) "Critical Transitions for Minorities in Science."  American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC August 2000

Invited speaker:  "Race, Ethnicity and the Digital Divide."  American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), San Francisco, CA, February 2001

Paper:  "Triad Women in Science and Technology."  Conference on Globalisation and Higher Education, Cape Town, South Africa, March 2001

 

Nielsen, Linda

Paper:  "Fathers and Daughters:  Research and Teaching."  National Women's Studies Conference, Summer 2000

Research Presentation and workshop:  "Fathers and Daughters."  Psychology Department,

Universidad de San Francisco, Quito, Ecuador

 

III.               Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Borwick, Susan [full time in Women's Studies Fall 2000 only; Spring 2001, teaching load in Women's Studies equivalent to 1 course]

Editorships:  None

Offices:  Secretary of the Board, Baptist Women in Ministry North Carolina

 

DeShazer, Mary

Editorial Board, National Women's Studies Association Journal

Office:  Chair, Liaison Committee, National Women's Studies Association Journal and National Women's Studies Association

Consulting - None

 

Leggon, Cheryl [Became Director of Women's Studies, January 2001]

Editorial Board:  Sociological Spectrum, Journal of the Mid-South Sociological Association

Office:  Treasurer, The Graylyn Group (interdisciplinary research group)

Office:  Chair, Nominations Committee, Mid-South Sociological Association

Office:  Secretary, Association for Women in Science (AWIS), Piedmont Triad Chapter

Consultant:  SciWorks

Consultant:  American Physiological Society

Consultant:  Brown University Leadership Alliance

Consultant:  Safe Schools/Healthy Students

 

Nielsen, Linda

Editorships:  None

Offices:  None

Consultantships:  None

 

 

 

IV.              External Grants Received

Borwick, Susan:  None

 

DeShazer, Mary :  None

 

Leggon, Cheryl:  None

 

Nielsen, Linda:  None