years ago, we began to recruit people to join us as Friends of the Center
for Gender Studies, a campaign which was initially chaired by Marie
Waters and Jo Alderman. The Center for Gender
Studies much appreciates the contributions that have already been
made by its friends and associates and much of the credit for this campaign's
success belongs to to groundbreaking work of Marie and Jo. We'll
always be grateful to both of them for their efforts.
In the past these contributions were acknowledged within the Center's
Reports; however, the reports are no longer placed online so we feel it is important that they be given special
founders recognition here.
The Center is very grateful for the support we received in
initiating its mission. The following list indicates many, but not
all of those founding and early supporters:
Dr. Jill Alcorn, Ms. Jo Alderman, Ms. Jo Spivey
Alderman, Dr. Mary W. Atwell, Alliant Techsystems, Ms. April Asbury,
Ms. Karen Asquith, Ms. Sudie Back, Anne C. Borthwick, Dr. Thomas Bruneau,
Ms. Dawn Bullen, Dr. Beth Carlson-Nelson,
Dr. Jeffrey L. Chase, Ms. Billee P. Connolly, Dr. Sue Peterson Conrad, Dr. Steve Culver, Mrs. Cassandra Jefferson-Davis, Dr. Ann Elliot,
Ms. Anna Fariello, Ms.Linda Farynk, Dr. Ann
S. Ferren, Ms. Laura Jane Fincen, Ms. Susan Alexandra Freedman, Ms.
Janet M. Hahn, Dr. Alastair V. Harris, Ms. Eleanor Harris, Ms. Sue Plunkett
Hill, Ms. Lucy E. Hochstein, Dr. Diane M.
Hodge, Mr. James H. Hughes and Dr. Jan N. Hughes, Ms. Bonnie
Hurlburt, Dr. Pamela A. Jackson, Ms. Brenda Lott,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Majoy, Dr. Dottie Mercer,
Ms. Cynthia Louvenia Mikoychik, Margaret W. Moore, Dr. Nancy W. Morehouse,
Dr. Belinda Overstreet, Dr. N. Pearson, Dr. Thomas Pierce, Ms. Harriet
Mauck Regen, Dr. Nora P. Reilly, Mr.
Robert Richards, Dr. Paula Stanley, Mrs. Emily
Wilkinson Stallings, Dr. Paula H. Stanley, Dr. Ellie Sturgis,
Honorable & Mrs.James C. Turk,
Dr. Janet Wagner, Dr. Marie Waters.
We thank all of them, the Department of Psychology and many
others in the more recent years. Even though we no longer seek funding
via online contributions, other forms of collaboration have been, and
remain essential to the Center's mission. Please visit
Friends of the Center for details.
Center for Gender Studies,
Department of Psychology