Dr. Audwin L. Anderson, Director
Dr. Audwin L. Anderson joined the faculty at Texas State in 1994. He received his BS (1981) and MA (1984) from Texas State. He received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in 1990. His scholarly publications include work on the experiences of African-American student-athletes, how genetically inherited disease effects family dynamics, and race and gender differences in jury selection. He has taught courses in the Sociology of Law, Sociological Theory, Multicultural Relations, and The Sociology of Medicine. He is past Chair of the Psycho-social Committee of the National Sickle Cell Disease Centers, and has served as Chair of the Committee on Minorities for the Mid-South Sociological Association. Dr. Anderson served for twelve years as Director of Graduate Programs for the Department of Sociology at Texas State. As the Director of the Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies he manages a minor in Diversity Studies (undergraduate) and Women’s Studies (graduate and undergraduate) and co-curricular multicultural events, co-sponsorship of guest speakers and symposiums, and a resource area with a variety of multicultural titles. He chairs the Women and Gender Research Collaborative and is on the Board of Directors of the peer reviewed online Journal of Research on Women and Gender, both under the auspices of the Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies. He leads professional development for faculty representing all of the colleges of the University with the Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Institute that just completed its fifth year in May 2009.
Mrs. Luann Walker - Office Manger
Mrs. Luann Walker, Administrative Assistant/Office Manager since 2011, although started her tenure Texas State in 2010. She holds a Bachelors of Business Administration in Management and Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University, Lisle, IL. Although new to Texas State she has held a variety of clerical and administrative positions for the past thirteen years.