Women's and Gender Studies Faculty Continue to Rack Up Recognitions
Vivian May Named President of Leading Women’s Studies Organization, Receives Social Justice Recognition Award
Good news seems to come in pairs for faculty members in the Department of Women and Gender Studies (WGS). Vivian May, an associate professor who joined Syracuse University’s (SU) College of Arts and Sciences in 2002, was just elected president of the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA). Gwendolyn Pough, associate professor and chair, calls May’s latest accomplishment a “tremendous honor.” According to Pough, May has been quietly leading the NWSA behind the scenes in a variety of capacities.
The accolades for May don’t stop there. Just recently, the SU Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center awarded May a Social Justice Recognition Award. Read more at: AS News