Book to explore how media franchises like 'Charlie's Angels' define women

Aviva Dove-Viebahn is an expert on "Charlie’s Angels."

Not because she’s a huge fan of the cheesy TV series and movies that followed, mind you.

Instead, "Charlie’s Angels" is one of the media franchises Dove-Viebahn has studied for her book project, “There She Goes Again: Gender, Power and Knowledge in Contemporary Film and Television.”

Pride Month: Summer reading list

June is Pride month, a time to commemorate the people, places and events that have catalyzed change for the LGBTQ community.

Arched by the story of the Stonewall Uprising of 1969, the monthlong observance calls attention to LGBTQ culture — including artists, creators and authors — and that can be an affirming space for members of the LGBTQ community, especially among young people still struggling with identity and acceptance.

Study indicates perceived impact of a STEM instructor revealing LGBTQ identity to students

A new study is the first to indicate the perceived impact of an instructor revealing her LGBTQ identity to students in the U.S.

The study, published in Life Sciences Education, was co-authored by Carly Busch, a biology education PhD candidate in the School of Life Sciences, and co-advisers Sara Brownell and Katelyn Cooper

ASU communication graduate student awarded prestigious scholarship

Liahnna Stanley, a doctoral candidate in Arizona State University's Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, is one of 100 women in the U.S. and Canada selected to receive a $20,000 Scholar Award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood

Stanley's nomination was facilitated by Professor Sarah J. Tracy in the Hugh Downs School, a member of the P.E.O.'s Tempe, Arizona, chapter.

Stanlie James on rights for women, people of color and her journey to higher education

Stanlie James, a professor emeritus and former vice provost of inclusion and community engagement at Arizona State University, is a lifelong learner and advocate for women’s and Black issues in the U.S. and beyond. 

In preparation for the March 30 webinar "Black Women in Higher Education: A Conversation with Stanlie James," the School of Social Transformation sat down with James to talk about her career milestones, academic passions, research and more.