Jocelyn Fenton Stitt
Jocelyn Stitt comes to IRWG as a fierce and enthusiastic advocate for the production and dissemination of feminist research. She helps faculty members by finding funding opportunities, translating research agendas into fundable proposals, providing grant development from beginning to submission, and holding workshops on the process of grant writing. Dr. Stitt received her Ph.D. in English and Women’s Studies from the University of Michigan. She was a member of the Gender and Women’s Studies department at Minnesota State University for almost ten years, receiving tenure in 2010. She has co-edited two books and written many articles related to Caribbean cultural studies and feminist mothering studies.
Learn more about how Dr. Stitt helps faculty members with their research.