We have an enthusiastic staff who are eager to work with others on campus and in the community to support gender equity in Oshkosh. Come by and meet us!
Women's Center Staff
M. Geneva Murray, PhD, Director
M. Geneva Murray became the Director of the Women's Center in November 2012. She has a BA in Sociology from Texas Tech University, an MA in Public Policy with a concentration in Women's Studies from George Washington University, and PhD in Women's Studies from the University of York in England. She previously worked as the Education Coordinator for the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, which is home of the National Woman's Party (the militant suffragists portrayed in the film Iron Jawed Angels), and as the Public Policy Assistant for the Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy & Action.
During the course of her PhD, she became active in roller derby. For her dissertation, she utilized theories on the institution of heterosexuality to conduct a study on all-female roller derby which evaluated the way in which derby aligns with or challenges heteronormativity. You can see her talk about her research in the roller derby documentary: Derby Baby!
Bryan Hulbert, MS, Program Assistant
Bryan joined the Women’s Center staff in May 2013. He has an AAS from UW-Fox Valley, a BS in Public Administration from UW-Green Bay, and a MS in Educational Leadership from UW-Oshkosh. He has previously worked as a Peer Advisor for UW-Fox Valley. He has also been a Graduate Assistant for the College of Nursing and Reading Education Department at UW-Oshkosh. Most recently he has worked as an LTE for the International Studies Program and the Theatre Department at UW-Oshkosh.
During his undergraduate time at UW-Green Bay he studied abroad in Den Haag, Netherlands where he focused on international politics, relations, and law, while tutoring English. Recognizing the amazing opportunity he was afforded through study abroad and how much the experience changed him and made him more aware of his own attitudes and the stereotypes he held about different cultures. Bryan’s research was conducted on attitudes of ethnocentricity among students who have studied abroad.
Office: UW Oshkosh Women's Center, 717 W. Irving Ave