Annie Wilson, Ph.D.
Title: Lecturer, Political Science
Department: Political Science
Office: SBS G-321
Phone Extension: x3478
Email Username: awilson
- “Empowerment: the arguments, the confusions in contemporary feminist theory,” The AQAL Journal. Vol. 2, Issue 4. Winter. February 2008. The AQAL Journal is a new leading-edge academic, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles that make appropriate use of Integral Theory and/or the Integral research model.
- “Using Teamwork for Learning Enhancement in Quantitative Methodology Courses.” International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning Conference, Atlanta, Georgi , October, 2007.
- "Fetishes of Empowerment: the arguments, the confusions in contemporary feminist theory." Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2005.
- "Disappearing Culture: The Battle of Rural Communities Against Urban Sprawl in Texas ." Western Political Science Association Conference, Long Beach, California, March 2002.
- "Disappearing Culture: The Battle of Rural Communities Against Urban Sprawl in Texas ." “Calibrations: Sizing up Spaces, Communities, and Selves,” Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M University , April 2002.
- Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive, California State University System, forgivable loan recipient, 2005-2007
- Glasscock Center 's Graduate Student Travel-to-Conference Grant, 2004
- Regent's Fellowship, Texas A&M University , for pursuit of PhD, 2001
- President's Scholarship, received each semester attended at University of Texas at Tyler
Awards and Honors
- Named to Cambridge Who's Who, Spring 2007
- National Pinnacle Honor Society, member 2003 (selected for "academic excellence" and "outstanding community service")
- Pi Sigma Alpha, member since 2002
- Alpha Chi, member since 2001
- National Dean's List, 2000
- Dean's List 1998-2001
- Phi Theta Kappa, member 1999
- Certificate for Scholastic Excellence, Temple College , 1999