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Glenda Jones

Ph.D.
English and Philosophy

Office: 117 Callahan Hall
Phone: 715/232-5138
Email: jonesgl@uwstout.edu

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in English, University of Illinois- Chicago.Ph.D., 2008. Specializing in contemporary composition theory and practice, rhetoric and cultural studies, personal narrative/narrative theory, and Twentieth Century women’s literature.

Graduate Concentration Certificate in Gender and Women's Studies Program, 2005.

Dissertation Title: Is There a Teacher in This Class? The story of my teacher identity. Dissertation focusing on a personal and cultural narrative of my own teaching and teacher identity.

Master of Arts in English, Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College, 2003.

Master of Music, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico. M.Mus. with emphasis in music education, Master's Thesis: Multiple Roles of Music: Literary Exchange in a Music Classroom, 2003.

Bachelor of Science in Social Work with minors and teaching endorsements in Music, Sociology and History. Brigham Young University, 1989.

Research Interests

I am currently serving as Director of the Women and Gender Studies Program and the Chair of the Chancellor's Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity Coalition. I do much work around the issues of diversity and inclusive excellence. I am an active researcher in the area of high-impact practices, minority retention and infusing diversity into the curriculum. Other research interests include works of personal narrative and memoir; narrative theory; writing memoir; the rhetoric, personal narrative and personal life of Jane Addams and the women of Hull-House and applying cultural studies as a theory to inform and explain personal narrative/memoir.

Courses Taught

  • Intro to Women and Gender Studies
  • Business Writing
  • Critical Writing
  • Freshman Composition
  • Modern American Literature
  • Writing Workshop
  • Gender Theory in Communication and the Workplace

Academic Awards

  • Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership
    • 2013 and 2012
  • Institute of Race and Ethnicity Grant
    • "UW-Stout Ethnic-Minority Student High Impact Educational Practices Survey"
    • 2011-2012
  • University of Illinois-Chicago Gender and Women's Studies Graduate Prize Recipient
    • 2006
  • DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fellowship
    • 2001
  • Target Teacher's Scholarship
    • 2001
  • Annenberg Fellowship
    • 2001