Chair: Tricia Lootens WS ’84 • English, University of Georgia
Maria Cristina Alcalde WS ’02 • Anthropology, University of Kentucky
Michele Barale WS ’81 • English and Women and Gender Studies, Amherst College
Elora Shehabuddin WS ’97 • Humanities and Political Science, Rice University
Saadia Toor WS ’00 • Sociology, Cornell University


Beth Widmaier Capo WS ’01 • English, Illinois College
Susan P. Casteras WS ’75 • Art, University of Washington
Marisela Chavez WS ’02 • History, California State University, Dominguez Hills
Lorena Garcia WS ’04 • University of Illinois at Chicago
Nancy Rose Hunt WS ’90 • History, University of Florida
Colin Johnson • Gender Studies • Indiana University
Laura Klein • Anthropology, Pacific Lutheran University
Marilee Lindemann WS ’87 • English, University of Maryland
Catherine Lugg • Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University
Deepti Misri • Comparative Literature and Gender Studies • University of Colorado at Boulder
Lise Nelson • Geography and Women’s Studies • Penn State University
Martha Nell Smith WS ’84 • English, University of Maryland
Sarah Phillips WS ’01 • Anthropology, Indiana University
Sandra Soto • Gender and Women’s Studies • University of Arizona
Tracey Weis WS ’90 • History, Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham • Government and Politics, University of Maryland

WS = Woodrow Wilson Women’s Studies Fellow


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This new identity reflects the organization’s twin commitments: to strengthen American education and to rebuild a flourishing civil society. Citizens & Scholars is the new name of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.

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