Tiffany (she/her) became interested in the field of sexuality while completing her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Rutgers University. Accompanying her major, she double-minored in Critical Sexuality Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies. She went on to complete her Masters of Education with a specialization in Human Sexuality at Widener University. The program she attended is the only one of its kind, developing skills such as curriculum development, assessment, social justice education, and comprehensive sex education, while simultaneously promoting a multi-disciplinary understanding of the implications this knowledge has in all fields of work. In her final semester at Widener, she was required to participate in supervised teaching hours for credit. Tiffany reached out to the WGSS department at her alma mater for the opportunity to co-teach, resulting in a semester long position working alongside Dr. Yana Rodgers. The following semester, Tiffany started her teaching career at Rutgers, where she has been since. Her teaching style takes a dialogue-based approach to promote critical thought and give students the tools to hold sensitive conversations. Reach out at her information above for any questions.
- Introduction to Gender, Race, and Sexuality
- Gender, Digital Media, and Social Curation
- Feminist Practices
- Introduction to Critical Sexuality Studies