Alissa Stoehr

Lecturer
Dept: Sociology - LAS
Office:330 Carver

Dr. Alissa Stoehr joined the Leadership Studies Program as an affiliate faculty member in the summer of 2016 when she started to teach an online section of LD ST/W S 488: Research on Women and Leadership.

Stoehr earned a Ph.D. in higher education, a Master of Science in interdisciplinary graduate specializing in women’s studies, sociology, and human development and family studies, a Bachelor of Science in women’s studies, and a Bachelor of Liberal Studies, all from Iowa State University. Her doctoral dissertation research examined the state of women’s and gender studies programs at community colleges.

Stoehr’s teaching experience includes W S 203: Introduction to Lesbian Studies; W S 205: Introduction to Queer Studies; W S 450: Human Trafficking; an online section of W S 201: Introduction to Women’s Studies; SOC 219: Sociology of Intimate Relationships; SOC 327: Sex and Gender in Society; and JL MC 477: Race, Class, and Gender in the Media. She also teaches seminars in both the Honors Program and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Stoehr previously served as the program coordinator for H SCI 150: Dialogues on Diversity, and as a copy editor for the Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis within the School of Education. She also was the Institutional Review Board administrator at Iowa State.