|Dept:||Sociology - LAS|
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.