My research has been supported by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the National Women’s Studies Association, and various grants and fellowships awarded by the University of Arizona, Indiana University, UC Santa Barbara, Rice University, and Middlebury College. My dissertation received the American Political Science Association’s Kenneth Sherrill Best Dissertation Award for work on sexuality and politics as well as the Lancaster Dissertation Award for the Social Sciences, an honor given to one dissertation every two years at UCSB.
I have received various awards for my innovative, experiential, and project-based teaching. The Mellon Foundation’s Engaged Listening fellowship, the Fund for Innovation, and the Myra Sadker Foundation have supported my pedagogical endeavors.
Currently, I am a Visiting Scholar in Residence at the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center at UC Santa Barbara.
For a more comprehensive list of awards, honors, grants, and fellowships see my CV.