One of the best parts of my job is working with curious, engaged, and passionate students.
In my earliest years as an instructor, I taught Introduction to Women’s Studies at Emory University, where I won a Deans’ Graduate Student Teaching Award. At Columbia University, I taught Qualitative Data Analysis and was given the the Early Career Teaching Award from the university’s Mailman School of Public Health.
At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I teach what we think is the largest class on women, gender, and health in the country (GWS 103). You can check out the syllabus here: GWS 103 Fall 2017 syllabus. The course was created by amazing women over 40 years ago, and I’m honored to keep the 103 tradition going with my current GWS colleagues. Last summer, for the eighth time, we offered the new-and-improved online version of the course. I have also taught a upper-level undergraduate course on public health, reproduction, and sexuality (GWS 533) and a graduate course on Gender and Health (GWS 950). In 2015, I won UW-Madison’s Emil Steiger Teaching Award.
I also provide education in the form of talks and webinars, which I give frequently. Here’s an example from a recent Grand Rounds presentation in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UW-Madison. My brief section of the webinar begins at 29:57.