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WGSS 222 - Professor Jodi Thesing-Ritter

Women's Studies Introductory Travel Seminar

An introductory study of topics and issues in women's studies with domestic or international travel to locations that relate specifically to the selected topic or issues. Topics, issues, locales, and other academic experiences vary by offering.

Meet the Professor

Jodi Thesing-Ritter has served UW-Eau Claire for 16 years- first as a Residence Hall Director, then Assistant Director of Housing and Residence Life, and as the Associate Dean of Students for the last five years. Jodi also team-taught Women's Studies 100: Race, Class, and Gender. She was honored with the University's highest award for academic staff in 1998- UW-Eau Claire Excellence Award.

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