Anne M. Wiley
Professor Emerita Psychology and Gender/Women’s Studies
East 116 E
Anne Wiley taught for over 30 years. She taught courses in Psychology and Gender and Women’s Studies. She regularly taught courses such as Principles of Psychology, Psychology of Women and the interdisciplinary course, Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies. In the past, she has also taught Psychology of Oppression and Human Growth and Development. She participated in one of the first national women’s studies curriculum transformation project conferences at Wheaton College in 1983. She promoted bringing women’s studies to GCC. From the first few course offerings in 1986, to securing a Ford Foundation grant to develop the Women’s Studies program option, Anne assisted in the integration of women’s and gender studies into the curriculum. Additionally, she coordinated a past New England Women’s Studies Conference at GCC. She serves as an adjunct professor in women’s and gender studies at Keene State College. At GCC, she also created the Women’s Resource Center. Anne was active in her local and statewide chapter of her union. Anne regularly presented on panels at regional and national community college and gender/women’s studies conferences. While at GCC, she maintained a website for teaching and learning resources for faculty and staff. She published two articles in Women’s Studies Quarterly and an article on using the internet in teaching social science courses in Teaching For Our Times. Anne has her Doctorate in Education from the University of Massachusetts and her dissertation was entitled: Women’s Studies in a Community College: Awakening Hearts and Minds.