Service Course Instructor / Faculty of Arts and Science - Gender Equality and Social Justice
Stacey Mayhall works in the areas of Gender, Security and Politics and Critical Health Studies. She also works for the AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area where she is the full-time Executive Director: writing proposals; managing a staff of 12; overseeing a budget of over $800,000; and developing and supervising special research projects. Her research has focused on HIV, Health and Community-based AIDS Service work most recently completing a project on hidden and hard to reach populations in Northern Ontario.<p>Stacey teaches courses related to feminist international politics, international political economy, gender and politics, and human rights. Courses taught at Nipissing University have included: Gender and Globalization, Persecution and Human Rights, Global Social Movements, Global Gender Issues, HIV, Health and Social Change and, most recently, Women and HIV.
PhD, York University
BA, MA, University of Arizona
Areas of Specialization:
Health and HIV; Global Social Movements; Critical Security Studies; International Political Economy; Feminist International Relations