Ann Wendle (Ph.D. in Higher Education, Old Dominion University) is a graduate faculty program coordinator for College Student Development and Administration at Shepherd University. She has more than 15 years of post-secondary administrative experience and more than ten years of post-secondary teaching experience. Her research interests are focused on equity; gender; marginality; identity; interpersonal violence; alcohol and other drugs; cultural competency; crisis response to mental health; first year student transitions and social conflict skills; student residential experiences; and how identity relates to oppression and exclusion in leadership and community in higher education.
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