Women’s History Month: Celebrating female pioneers
In honor of Women’s History Month, we asked University of Indianapolis faculty who their role models were.
Many thanks to our contributors! Take a look at the slide show to see who they chose to commemorate.
Stephanie Mahin joined the University as assistant professor in fall 2017 and teaches classes in strategic communication, public relations, public speaking and other aspects of communication.
Stephanie Wideman is director of the University’s Forensics Speech and Debate Program and an assistant professor.
Kimberly Baker, an assistant professor of biology, specializes in molecular genetics, cell biology and cancer biology.
Ann Cutler, associate professor of chemistry, is a longtime editor of the Journal of College Science Teaching and has research interests in science text comprehension.
Sandy Davis, associate professor of biology, is an expert in botany, plant reproductive biology and evolutionary biology.
Krista Latham, associate professor of biology, is the director of the University of Indianapolis Human Identification Center. Her work in the Texas borderlands identifying the remains of migrants who died making the perilous journey across the border has been covered by national media. She has published several books on forensic techniques.
Rebecca Sorley, professor of music, is Director of Student Support and Coordinator of the Music Business Concentration. She teaches piano to all levels from pre-college through piano majors.