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c nelson

Associate Lecturer, AOP Fellow

Pronouns they/them/their

2020 MA

Education
BA, Sociology, Marquette University, 2016

Courses Taught
WGS 200:  Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies: A Social Science Perspective

Academic Interests
Feminist Pedagogy; Feminist Geographies; Social Movements; Activism; Trauma; Higher Education

Publications

  • 2016, Harris, Angelique and Alia Tyner-Mullings. The Sociology Student’s Guide to Writing [writing excerpt]. 2017, Sage Publications.
  • 2014, Gender Differences in Drug Abuse, Raynor Library Digital Programs

Research Experience

  • 2019, Practicum Placement, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Institute for Child and Family Well-being, “Approaches to Center Intergenerational Trauma: Accountability,Education and Inclusivity”
  • 2016, Research Intern for the Cream City Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 2015-2016, Research Assistant, Marquette University, Social and Cultural Sciences Department, under Dr. Angelique Harris: Sociocultural Factors Influencing Health Behaviors and Health Information Seeking Among African American Men in Milwaukee
  • 2015, Research Assistant, Marquette University, Social and Cultural Sciences Department, under Dr. Angelique Harris: Promoting Healthy Body Weight among African American Women through a Community Participatory Model
  • 2014, Research Assistant, Marquette University, Social and Cultural Sciences Department, under Dr. Darren Wheelock: Gender Differences in Drug Abuse

Conferences/Presentations

  • 2019, Presentation of Research, 4W Women & Wellbeing in Wisconsin & the World University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Can I Succeed?: Retention Among First Generation College Students through a Feminist Pedagogy”
  • 2016, Presentation of Research, Community Engagement Symposium Poster Session at Marquette University, “Issues in LGBTQ+ Communities in the United States: Post Marriage Equality…Continued: A Collaboration Between Cream City Foundation and Marquette University’s Center Gender and Sexualities Studies”
  • 2016, Presentation of Research, Social and Cultural Sciences’ Third Annual Research Salon at Marquette University, “When I Changed, I Changed Him”: Influence of Masculinity on African American Men’s Health
  • 2016, Presentation of Research, Marquette University Undergraduate Humanities Conference: MUHuCon 2016, “When I Changed, I Changed Him”: Influence of Masculinity on African American Men’s Health
  • 2016, Presentation of Research, 2nd Annual Department of Medicine Research Retreat Poster Presentation, Shifting the Focus from Obesity: Promoting Health among African American Women with Motivational Interviewing, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • 2015, Presentation of Research, Honors/ Women and Gender Studies Summer Research Poster Presentations, Influence of Masculinity on Black Men’s Health
  • 2015, Presentation of Research, Association of Social Welfare and Justice Students, Next Steps: McNair Research and Graduate School, Marquette University
  • 2015, Presentation of Paper Wisconsin Sociological Association 2015 Conference, “It’s a Game of Survival in the Hood, Especially for a Black Man”: Influence of Masculinity on Black Men’s Health
  • 2015, Presentation of Research, Influence of Masculinity on Black Men’s Health, 25th Annual Marquette University Ronald E. McNair   Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • 2015, Presentation of Research, Research Rocks 2015 Panel Discussion, Influence of Masculinity on Black Men’s Health
  • 2015, Presentation of Research, Social and Cultural Sciences’ Second Annual Research Salon’s Roundtable Presentation, Sociocultural Factors Influencing Health Behaviors and Health Information Seeking Among African American Men in Milwaukee
  • 2014, Presentation on Paper, Gender Differences in Drug Abuse, 24th Annual Marquette University Ronald E. McNair Undergraduate Research Symposium