A Ranking of Political Science Departments at

417 Four-Year Colleges and Universities in the United States

With Regard to How Lesbian-and-Gay-Friendly

Their Core Faculty Members Are

(as of August 2013)


Created by

Daniel R. Pinello

Professor

Department of Political Science

John Jay College of Criminal Justice of

The City University of New York


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First Place: Oberlin College, with ten gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Marc Blecher, Stephen Crowley, H N Hirsch, Chris Howell, Ronald Kahn, Sonia Kruks, Kristina Mani, Eve Sandberg, Benjamin N. Schiff, and Harlan Wilson), representing 83 percent of 12 core faculty.


Second Place: University of California-Santa Cruz, with ten gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Eva C. Bertram, Kent Eaton, Ronnie Lipschutz, Mark Massoud, Dean Mathiowetz, Eleonora Pasotti, Benjamin Read, Vanita Seth, Megan Thomas, and Daniel Wirls), representing 77 percent of 13 core faculty.


Third Place: Johns Hopkins University, with nine gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jane Bennett, Samuel A. Chambers, William E. Connolly, Jennifer L. Culbert, Benjamin Ginsberg, Michael Hanchard, Richard S. Katz, Margaret Keck, and Renee Marlin-Bennett), representing 45 percent of 20 core faculty.


Fourth Place: University of California-Irvine, with nine gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (David Easton, Claire Jean Kim, Cecelia M. Lynch, Kristen R. Monroe, Shawn W. Rosenberg, Wayne Sandholtz, Charles Anthony Smith, Katherine Tate, and Keith Topper), representing 27 percent of 33 core faculty.


Fifth Place: University of Chicago, with eight gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Julie E. Cooper, Michael C. Dawson, Robert Gooding-Williams, Patchen Markell, Jennifer Pitts, Gerald N. Rosenberg, Lisa Wedeen, and Linda M. G. Zerilli), representing 26 percent of 31 core faculty.


Sixth Place: Cornell University, with seven gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Christopher J. Anderson, Matthew Evangelista, Jonathan Kirshner, Thomas B. Pepinsky, Diane Rubenstein, Anna Marie Smith, and Jessica Weeks), representing 21 percent of 33 core faculty.


Seventh Place: Northwestern University, with seven gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Mary G. Dietz, James Farr, Bonnie Honig, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Wendy Pearlman, Lars Toender, and Jeffrey A. Winters), representing 17 percent of 42 core faculty.


Eighth Place: Hunter College, CUNY, with six gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Ann Cohen, Robyn Marasco, Lina Newton, Rosalind Petchesky, Andrew J. Polsky, and Charles Tien), representing 38 percent of 16 core faculty.


Ninth Place: University of Massachusetts-Amherst, with six gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Ivan Ascher, Angélica M. Bernal, John Brigham, Sheldon Goldman, Frederic C. Schaffer, and Jillian Schwedler), representing 21 percent of 28 core faculty.


Tenth Place: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, with six gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Elizabeth Beaumont, Raymond D. Duvall, Nancy Luxon, Joan C. Tronto, Antonio Y. Vazquez-Arroyo, and Yves Winter), representing 16 percent of 37 core faculty.


Eleventh Place: DePaul University, with five gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Kathleen R. Arnold, Scott Hibbard, Valerie C. Johnson, Michael L. Mezey, and Wayne P. Steger), representing 24 percent of 21 core faculty.


Twelfth Place: College of William and Mary, with five gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (David Dessler, Christine L. Nemacheck, Susan Peterson, Michael J. Tierney, and Maurits van der Veen), representing 22 percent of 23 core faculty.


Thirteenth Place: University of California-San Diego, with five gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Claire L. Adida, Alan C. Houston, Miles Kahler, David R. Mares, and Matthew S. Shugart), representing 13 percent of 38 core faculty.


Fourteenth Place: Bates College, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (William Corlett, Stephen Engel, Leslie Hill, and Clarisa Perez-Armendariz), representing 44 percent of nine core faculty.


Fifteenth Place: University of San Francisco, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Elisabeth Jay Friedman, Keally McBride, Brian A. Weiner, and Annick T. R. Wibben), representing 31 percent of 13 core faculty.


Sixteenth Place (tie): Brooklyn College, CUNY, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Gaston Alonso, Paisley Currah, Anna O. Law, and Corey Robin), representing 22 percent of 18 core faculty.


Sixteenth Place (tie): University of California-Santa Barbara, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Benjamin J. Cohen, Paige E. Digeser, Andrew Norris, and Eric R. A. N. Smith), representing 22 percent of 18 core faculty.


Sixteenth Place (tie): University of Oregon, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jane K. Cramer, Daniel Martinez HoSang, Daniel J. Tichenor, and Priscilla Yamin), representing 22 percent of 18 core faculty.


Nineteenth Place: John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (George Andreopoulos, James N. G. Cauthen, Daniel R. Pinello, and Jennifer Geist Rutledge), representing 20 percent of 20 core faculty.


20th Place: University at Albany, SUNY, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Holly Jarman, Bruce L. Miroff, Morton Schoolman, and Torrey J. Shanks), representing 17 percent of 23 core faculty.


21st Place: Vanderbilt University, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Brooke A. Ackerly, Carol Atkinson, Giacomo Chiozza, and Emily C. Nacol), representing 17 percent of 24 core faculty.


22nd Place: University of Connecticut-Storrs, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Peter Kingstone, David L. Richards, Heather M. Turcotte, and Charles R. Venator Santiago), representing 13 percent of 30 core faculty.


23rd Place (tie): University of Oklahoma, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Ginger Elliott-Teague, Michael S. Givel, Hank C. Jenkins-Smith, and Carol L. Silva), representing 13 percent of 32 core faculty.


23rd Place (tie): University of Pennsylvania, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Nancy J. Hirschmann, Ellen Kennedy, Anne Norton, and Robert Vitalis), representing 13 percent of 32 core faculty.


25th Place: Georgetown University, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Marc M. Howard, Kathleen R. McNamara, Douglas S. Reed, and Mark Carl Rom), representing 12 percent of 34 core faculty.


26th Place: University of Florida, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Amie Kreppel, Daniel I. O'Neill, Katrina Z. S. Schwartz, and Leslie Paul Thiele), representing 11 percent of 38 core faculty.


27th Place: Indiana University-Bloomington, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jack Bielasiak, Jean C. Robinson, Beate Sissenich, and Gerald C. Wright), representing 10 percent of 39 core faculty.


28th Place: University of Virginia, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Lawrie Balfour, Sidney M. Milkis, Vesla M. Weaver, and Nicholas Winter), representing 9 percent of 43 core faculty.


29th Place: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Susan Bickford, Pamela Johnston Conover, Andrew Reynolds, and Donald D. Searing), representing 9 percent of 44 core faculty.


30th Place: University of California-Berkeley, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Wendy Brown, Ron E. Hassner, Kinch Hoekstra, and Sarah Song), representing 7 percent of 55 core faculty.


31st Place (tie): Princeton University, with five gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Paul Frymer, Melissa Lane, Tali Mendelberg, Philip Pettit, and Jacob N. Shapiro) and one professor hostile to the relationship rights of same-sex couples (Robert P. George), with a net of four representing 7 percent of 56 core faculty.


31st Place (tie): Yale University, with four gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Andrew March, Ato Kwame Onoma, James C. Scott, and Elisabeth Jean Wood), representing 7 percent of 56 core faculty.


33rd Place: Mercer University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Chris Grant, Lori A. Johnson, and Bryan C. Williams), representing 60 percent of five core faculty.


34th Place: St. Mary's College of Maryland, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Diana Boros, Todd E. Eberly, and Susan E. Grogan), representing 43 percent of seven core faculty.


35th Place (tie): University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jennifer N. Collins, Brad Mapes-Martins, and David Williams), representing 38 percent of eight core faculty.


35th Place (tie): Willamette University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Richard J. Ellis, Jonneke Koomen, and Megan Ybarra), representing 38 percent of eight core faculty.


37th Place: Rhode Island College, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Michelle Brophy-Baermann, Robyn Linde, and Thomas Schmeling), representing 33 percent of nine core faculty.


38th Place (tie): Chapman University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Lori Cox Han, David M. Shafie, and Donald Will), representing 30 percent of ten core faculty.


38th Place (tie): Pomona College, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Elizabeth H. Crighton, David Menefee-Libey, and John E. Seery), representing 30 percent of ten core faculty.


38th Place (tie): Sonoma State University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (David McCuan, Robert McNamara, and Catherine Nelson), representing 30 percent of ten core faculty.


41st Place: New School for Social Research, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Banu Bargu, Deva Woodly, and Rafi Youatt), representing 27 percent of 11 core faculty.


42nd Place: Hamilton College, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Peter Cannavò, Charlotte Lee, and Robert W. T. Martin), representing 20 percent of 15 core faculty.


43rd Place: California State University-Long Beach, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Liesl Haas, Richard Haesly, and Teresa Wright), representing 18 percent of 17 core faculty.


44th Place: Eastern Michigan University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Rhonda S. Kinney Longworth, F. Elaine Martin, and Joanna Vecchiarelli-Scott), representing 17 percent of 18 core faculty.


45th Place (tie): Smith College, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Martha Ackelsberg, Howard J. Gold, and Gary L. Lehring), representing 16 percent of 19 core faculty.


45th Place (tie): Tufts University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Deborah Schildkraut, Oxana Shevel, and Tony Smith), representing 16 percent of 19 core faculty.


45th Place (tie): University of California-Riverside, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Farah Godrej, Bronwyn Leebaw, and David Pion-Berlin), representing 16 percent of 19 core faculty.


48th Place: Loyola University Chicago, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Alan R. Gitelson, Claudio J. Katz, and Susan Gluck Mezey), representing 15 percent of 20 core faculty.


49th Place: University of Utah, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Edmund Fong, Steven Johnston, and Ella Myers), representing 13 percent of 24 core faculty.


50th Place: University of South Florida, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Peter Funke, Steven C. Roach, and Steven C. Tauber), representing 12 percent of 26 core faculty.

 

51st Place: Rutgers University-New Brunswick, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Cynthia R. Daniels, Lisa L. Miller, and Alvin B. Tillery), representing 8 percent of 36 core faculty.


52nd Place: Arizona State University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Kim L. Fridkin, David Guston, and Jennet Kirkpatrick), representing 7 percent of 42 core faculty.


53rd Place: Texas A&M University, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Judith A. Baer, Elisabeth H. Ellis, and Cary J. Nederman), representing 7 percent of 43 core faculty.


54th Place: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Lisa Jane Disch, Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Robert W. Mickey), representing 6 percent of 50 core faculty.


55th Place: University of Texas-Austin, with three gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Kenneth F. Greene, Benjamin Gregg, and Bartholomew H. Sparrow), representing 6 percent of 54 core faculty.


56th Place (tie): Clarkson University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Stephen D. Bird and Christopher C. Robinson), representing 100 percent of two core faculty.


56th Place (tie): Jacksonville University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Stephen C. Baker and Steven D. MacIsaac), representing 100 percent of two core faculty.


58th Place (tie): Agnes Scott College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Augustus B. Cochran, III and Catherine V. Scott), representing 67 percent of three core faculty.


58th Place (tie): Marian University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Johnny Goldfinger and Marcelo Hoffman), representing 67 percent of three core faculty.


60th Place: Kalamazoo College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (John C. Dugas and R. Amy Elman), representing 50 percent of four core faculty.


61st Place (tie): Eckerd College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Anthony R. Brunello and William F. Felice), representing 40 percent of five core faculty.


61st Place (tie): Hollins University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jeanette Barbieri and Susan L. Thomas), representing 40 percent of five core faculty.


61st Place (tie): Scripps College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Mark Golub and Thomas P. Kim), representing 40 percent of five core faculty.


61st Place (tie): Wagner College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jeffrey Kraus and Patricia Moynagh), representing 40 percent of five core faculty.


65th Place (tie): College of Staten Island, CUNY, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Richard Flanagan and Michael Paris), representing 33 percent of six core faculty.


65th Place (tie): Knox College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Karen E. Kampwirth and Duane Oldfield), representing 33 percent of six core faculty.


65th Place (tie): Quinnipiac University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Sean P. Duffy and Jennifer Schenk Sacco), representing 33 percent of six core faculty.


65th Place (tie): Salem State University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jennifer Jackman and Daniel M. Mulcare), representing 33 percent of six core faculty.


69th Place: Bradley University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (R. Craig Curtis and Emily R. Gill), representing 29 percent of seven core faculty.


70th Place (tie): Allegheny College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Daniel M. Shea and Sharon Wesoky), representing 25 percent of eight core faculty.


70th Place (tie): Marist College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Lynn Mills Eckert and JoAnne Myers), representing 25 percent of eight core faculty.


70th Place (tie): Montana State University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Sara Rushing and Franke Wilmer), representing 25 percent of eight core faculty.


70th Place (tie): Pepperdine University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Joel S. Fetzer and J. Christopher Soper), representing 25 percent of eight core faculty.


70th Place (tie): University of Denver, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Lisa Conant and Nancy Wadsworth), representing 25 percent of eight core faculty.


75th Place (tie): Hobart and William Smith Colleges, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jodi Dean and Paul A. Passavant), representing 22 percent of nine core faculty.


75th Place (tie): John Carroll University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Mindy J. Peden and Jen Ziemke), representing 22 percent of nine core faculty.


75th Place (tie): Trinity College (Connecticut), with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Sonia Cardenas and Lida E. Maxwell), representing 22 percent of nine core faculty.


75th Place (tie): Western Carolina University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Roger E. Hartley and Niall Michelsen), representing 22 percent of nine core faculty.


79th Place (tie): Drake University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Rachel Paine Caufield and Arthur Sanders), representing 20 percent of ten core faculty.


79th Place (tie): Drexel University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Scott W. Barclay and Rose Corrigan), representing 20 percent of ten core faculty.


79th Place (tie): Oregon State University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Alison Johnston and Rorie Spill Solberg), representing 20 percent of ten core faculty.


79th Place (tie): St. Lawrence University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Christopher Buck and Valerie D. Lehr), representing 20 percent of ten core faculty.


83rd Place (tie): Barnard College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Ayten Gündogdu and Michelle-Renee Smith), representing 10 percent of 11 core faculty.


83rd Place (tie): Gettysburg College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Caroline Hartzell and Kenneth Mott), representing 18 percent of 11 core faculty.


83rd Place (tie): Union College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Lori Marso and Matthew Scherer), representing 18 percent of 11 core faculty.


86th Place (tie): Amherst College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Kristin Bumiller and Thomas L. Dumm), representing 17 percent of 12 core faculty.


86th Place (tie): Lehigh University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Breena Holland and Edward P. Morgan), representing 17 percent of 12 core faculty.


86th Place (tie): University of Illinois-Springfield, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Richard Gilman-Opalsky and Jason Pierceson), representing 17 percent of 12 core faculty.


89th Place (tie): California Polytechnic State University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Matthew J. Moore and Jean Williams), representing 15 percent of 13 core faculty.


89th Place (tie): Eastern Kentucky University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Joe Gershtenson and Gregory G. Gunderson), representing 15 percent of 13 core faculty.


89th Place (tie): Ithaca College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Zillah Eisenstein and Thomas Shevory), representing 15 percent of 13 core faculty.


89th Place (tie): University of Akron, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (William T. Lyons, Jr. and James T. McHugh), representing 15 percent of 13 core faculty.


89th Place (tie): University of New Hampshire, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jeannie L. Sowers and Stacy D. VanDeveer), representing 15 percent of 13 core faculty.


89th Place (tie): University of Texas-El Paso, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Gaspare M. Genna and Luis A. [Tony] Payan), representing 15 percent of 13 core faculty.


95th Place (tie): City College of New York, CUNY, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (John Krinsky and Andrew Rich), representing 14 percent of 14 core faculty.


95th Place (tie): Loyola Marymount University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Feryal Cherif and Andrew Dilts), representing 14 percent of 14 core faculty.


95th Place (tie): Wellesley College, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Roxanne L. Euben and Laura Grattan), representing 14 percent of 14 core faculty.


98th Place: San Francisco State University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Martin Carcieri and James Martel), representing 13 percent of 15 core faculty.


99th Place: University of Arizona, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Ramiro Berardo and V. Spike Peterson), representing 11 percent of 18 core faculty.


100th Place: Brown University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Linda J. Cook and Sharon R. Krause), representing 10 percent of 20 core faculty.


101st Place (tie): Central Michigan University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Joyce A. Baugh and Sterling Johnson), representing 9 percent of 22 core faculty.


101st Place (tie): University of Delaware, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Claire E. Rasmussen and Matthew S. Weinert), representing 9 percent of 22 core faculty.


101st Place (tie): University of Hawai'i-Manoa, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Kathy E. Ferguson and Michael J. Shapiro), representing 9 percent of 22 core faculty.


101st Place (tie): University of Rochester, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Kevin A. Clarke and Curtis S. Signorino), representing 9 percent of 22 core faculty.


105th Place (tie): Auburn University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Gerard Gryski and Stacey Leigh Hunt), representing 9 percent of 23 core faculty.


105th Place (tie): Purdue University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Mark C. Tilton and S. Laurel Weldon), representing 9 percent of 23 core faculty.


107th Place (tie): Boston University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Neta C. Crawford and Vivien A. Schmidt), representing 8 percent of 24 core faculty.


107th Place (tie): Northeastern University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Amílcar Antonio Barreto and Thomas J. Vicino), representing 8 percent of 24 core faculty.


107th Place (tie): Temple University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Jane Gordon and Joseph M. Schwartz), representing 8 percent of 24 core faculty.


107th Place (tie): University of Pittsburgh, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Michael Goodhart and Aníbal Perez-Liñán), representing 8 percent of 24 core faculty.


111th Place: University of South Carolina, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Holger L. Kern and Daniel R. Sabia), representing 7 percent of 27 core faculty.


112th Place: American University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Karen O’Connor and Diane Singerman), representing 7 percent of 29 core faculty.


113th Place: University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Michael A. Krassa and Melissa A. Orlie), representing 7 percent of 30 core faculty.


114th Place: Naval Postgraduate School, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Maiah Jaskoski and Tristan James Mabry), representing 6 percent of 31 core faculty.


115th Place: Duke University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (J. Peter Euben and Herbert P. Kitschelt), representing 6 percent of 32 core faculty.


116th Place: George Washington University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Chad Rector and Susan K. Sell), representing 4 percent of 45 core faculty.


117th Place: University of California-Los Angeles, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (Joshua Foa Dienstag and Kirstie M. McClure), representing 4 percent of 48 core faculty.


118th Place: Columbia University, with two gay-and-lesbian-friendly professors (John D. Huber and Tonya L. Putnam), representing 4 percent of 55 core faculty.


119th Place (tie): Deep Springs College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Joel Alden Schlosser), representing 100 percent of one core faculty.


119th Place (tie): Saint Joseph College (Connecticut), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Kenneth J. Long), representing 100 percent of one core faculty.


121st Place (tie): Babson College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Kevin Bruyneel), representing 50 percent of two core faculty.


121st Place (tie): Clark College (State of Washington), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Michael Ceriello), representing 50 percent of two core faculty.


121st Place (tie): Dowling College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Carlos A. Cunha), representing 50 percent of two core faculty.


121st Place (tie): Manchester College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Leonard Williams), representing 50 percent of two core faculty.


121st Place (tie): Worcester Polytechnic Institute, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Kent J. Rissmiller), representing 50 percent of two core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Black Hills State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Ahrar Ahmad), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Bryant University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Nicole Freiner), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Central College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Andrew D. Green), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Framingham State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Douglas Telling), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Saint Peter's College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Michelle L. Hartman), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Sarah Lawrence College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (David S. Peritz), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Thiel College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Robert A. Wells), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


126th Place (tie): Wesleyan College (Georgia), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Thomas C. Ellington), representing 33 percent of three core faculty.


134th Place (tie): Capital University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Daniel Skinner), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): Fitchburg State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Eric N. Budd), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): Guilford College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Maria R. Rosales), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): Moravian College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Khristina Haddad), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): North Central College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Stephen Maynard Caliendo), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): St. Bonaventure University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mary Rose Kubal), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): University of New England, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Brian R. Duff), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): University of Wisconsin-Parkside, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Joe Bergeron), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): Western Oregon University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mary Pettenger), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


134th Place (tie): Wilkes University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Thomas J. Baldino), representing 25 percent of four core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Alfred University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jeffrey Sluyter-Beltrao), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): California State University-Channel Islands, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Sean Q. Kelly), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Cuesta College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Kent Brudney), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Niagara University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Peter J. Baxter), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Reed College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Tamara Metz), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Saint Mary's College (California), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Ronald Ahnen), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Saint Mary's College (Indiana), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Marc Belanger), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Texas Woman's University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mark Kessler), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): University of Hartford, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Bilal Sekou), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Washington State University-Vancouver, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Dana Lee Baker), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


144th Place (tie): Westfield State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Erika E. Pilver), representing 20 percent of five core faculty.


156th Place (tie): Bloomsburg University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Diana G. Zoelle), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): Delta College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Thomas R. Boudrot), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): Hendrix College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Daniel J. Whelan), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): Lehman College, CUNY, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Tomohisa Hattori), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): Purchase College, SUNY, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): Roanoke College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Joshua B. Rubongoya), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): SUNY College at Oneonta, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Gina Louise Keel), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): SUNY Potsdam, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Philip T. Neisser), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): University of Colorado-Denver, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jana M. Everett), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


156th Place (tie): University of Northern Colorado, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Stefan Heumann), representing 17 percent of six core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Beloit College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Georgia Duerst-Lahti), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Claremont Graduate University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jean Schroedel), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Francis Marion University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jonathan M. Acuff), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Georgia Gwinnett College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Linda Kay Mancillas), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Goucher College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Marianne Githens), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Illinois Wesleyan University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Greg Shaw), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Northern Michigan University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Ruth Ann Watry), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Pitzer College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Dana Ward), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Richard Stockton College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (James Mac Avery), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Saginaw Valley State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Pamela J. Edwards-Ham), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Siena College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Laurie Naranch), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): SUNY-Plattsburgh, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Daniel R. Lake), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): University of Maine-Orono, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Amy Fried), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): University of Southern Maine, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Ronald J. Schmidt, Jr.), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Washington College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jennifer Hopper), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Wheaton College (Massachusetts), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Marcus Allen), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


166th Place (tie): Wittenberg University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Heather Hadar Wright), representing 14 percent of seven core faculty.


183rd Place (tie): Buffalo State College, SUNY, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Laurie A. Buonanno), representing 13 percent of eight core faculty.


183rd Place (tie): Haverford College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Zachary Oberfield), representing 13 percent of eight core faculty.


183rdPlace (tie): Marshall University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Shawn Schulenberg), representing 13 percent of eight core faculty.


183rd Place (tie): Trinity University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Katsuo Nishikawa), representing 13 percent of eight core faculty.


183rd Place (tie): University of Nebraska-Kearney, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (William Avilés), representing 13 percent of eight core faculty.


183rd Place (tie): Whitman College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn), representing 13 percent of eight core faculty.


189th Place (tie): California State University-San Marcos, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Shana B. Bass), representing 11 percent of nine core faculty.


189th Place (tie): Colby College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Sandy Maisel), representing 11 percent of nine core faculty.


189th Place (tie): Duquesne University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Clifford Bob), representing 11 percent of nine core faculty.


189th Place (tie): Macalester College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Paul Dosh), representing 11 percent of nine core faculty.


189th Place (tie): Murray State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Martin Battle), representing 11 percent of nine core faculty.


189th Place (tie): University of Memphis, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Doug Imig), representing 11 percent of nine core faculty.


195th Place (tie): California State Polytechnic University-Pomona, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jill E. Hargis), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): Case Western Reserve University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Elliot Posner), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): Indiana State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Carl Klarner), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): Portland State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (David Kinsella), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): SUNY College at Oswego, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Lisa Glidden), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): University of Massachusetts-Lowell, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Susan E. Gallagher), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): University of Michigan-Dearborn, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (A. Trevor Thrall), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): University of Minnesota-Duluth, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mary Caprioli), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): University of Nebraska-Omaha, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (W. Meredith Bacon), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


195th Place (tie): University of North Florida, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Paul G. Harwood), representing 10 percent of ten core faculty.


205th Place (tie): Bard College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (David Kettler), representing 9 percent of 11 core faculty.

 

205th Place (tie): Eastern Illinois University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Lilian A. Barria), representing 9 percent of 11 core faculty.


205th Place (tie): Lafayette College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Joshua I. Miller), representing 9 percent of 11 core faculty.


205th Place (tie): West Chester University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jeffrey L. Osgood, Jr.), representing 9 percent of 11 core faculty.


209th Place (tie): Montclair State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Antoinette Pole), representing 8 percent of 12 core faculty.


209th Place (tie): New Mexico State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Diane-Michele Prindeville), representing 8 percent of 12 core faculty.


209th Place (tie): Rutgers University-Newark, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Elizabeth Hull), representing 8 percent of 12 core faculty.


209th Place (tie): Suffolk University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Rachael V. Cobb), representing 8 percent of 12 core faculty.


209th Place (tie): University of Miami, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (George A. Gonzalez), representing 8 percent of 12 core faculty.


209th Place (tie): University of Nevada-Reno, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Leah J. Wilds), representing 8 percent of 12 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): Bucknell University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Andrea Stevenson Sanjian), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): Kenyon College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Stephen E. Van Holde), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): Minnesota State University-Mankato, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Frederick V. Slocum), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): Missouri State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Cigden Cidam), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): Seton Hall University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Robert M. Pallitto), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): University of Massachusetts-Boston, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Elizabeth Bussiere), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


215th Place (tie): Western Washington University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Shirin Deylami), representing 8 percent of 13 core faculty.


222nd Place (tie): Catholic University of America, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (John Kenneth White), representing 7 percent of 14 core faculty.


222nd Place (tie): Providence College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mary L. Bellhouse), representing 7 percent of 14 core faculty.


222nd Place (tie): University of Wyoming, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Brent L. Pickett), representing 7 percent of 14 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): California State University-Sacramento, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Brian DiSarro), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Brinck Kerr), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): University of Nevada-Las Vegas, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Michael W. Bowers), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): University of Richmond, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Sheila Carapico), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): University of Texas-San Antonio, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Rodolfo Rosales), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): Vassar College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mary L. Shanley), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


225th Place (tie): Williams College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (George E. Marcus), representing 7 percent of 15 core faculty.


232nd Place (tie): University of Missouri-St. Louis, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Kenneth P. Thomas), representing 6 percent of 16 core faculty.


232nd Place (tie): University of South Dakota, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Elizabeth Theiss Smith), representing 6 percent of 16 core faculty.


232nd Place (tie): University of Southern California, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Janelle S. Wong), representing 6 percent of 16 core faculty.


235th Place (tie): Illinois State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Julie A. Webber), representing 6 percent of 17 core faculty.


235th Place (tie): Kent State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Mark K. Cassell), representing 6 percent of 17 core faculty.


235th Place (tie): Northern Arizona University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Zachary A. Smith), representing 6 percent of 17 core faculty.


235th Place (tie): Virginia Polytechnic and State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Bettina Koch), representing 6 percent of 17 core faculty.


239th Place (tie): Colgate University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Fred Chernoff), representing 6 percent of 18 core faculty.


239th Place (tie): Colorado State University-Fort Collins, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Courtenay W. Daum), representing 6 percent of 18 core faculty.


239th Place (tie): Middlebury College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (James Ashley Morrison), representing 6 percent of 18 core faculty.


239th Place (tie): Oklahoma State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Rebekah Herrick), representing 6 percent of 18 core faculty.


239th Place (tie): University of Tennessee-Knoxville, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Otis H. Stephens, Jr.), representing 6 percent of 18 core faculty.


239th Place (tie): Wesleyan University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Erica Chenoweth), representing 6 percent of 18 core faculty.


245th Place (tie): University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Anne R. Williamson), representing 5 percent of 19 core faculty.


245th Place (tie): University of Louisville, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Anne Caldwell), representing 5 percent of 19 core faculty.


247th Place: Rice University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Richard J. Stoll), representing 5 percent of 20 core faculty.


248th Place (tie): Kennesaw State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Richard Vengroff), representing 5 percent of 21 core faculty.


248th Place (tie): Northern Kentucky University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Kimberly Weir), representing 5 percent of 21 core faculty.


250th Place: Miami University (Ohio), with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Steven M. DeLue), representing 5 percent of 22 core faculty.


251st Place (tie): California State University-Chico, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Diane E. Schmidt), representing 4 percent of 23 core faculty.


251st Place (tie): Claremont McKenna College, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jennifer Taw), representing 4 percent of 23 core faculty.


251st Place (tie): Florida State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Charles Barrilleaux), representing 4 percent of 23 core faculty.


251st Place (tie): Queens College, CUNY, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Alyson M. Cole), representing 4 percent of 23 core faculty.


251st Place (tie): University of California-Davis, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Shalini Satkunanandan), representing 4 percent of 23 core faculty.


251st Place (tie): University of Kansas, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Paul D. Schumaker), representing 4 percent of 23 core faculty.


257th Place (tie): Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Stephen Van Evera), representing 4 percent of 24 core faculty.


257th Place (tie): Ohio University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Andrew A. G. Ross), representing 4 percent of 24 core faculty.


259th Place (tie): North Carolina State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Michael Struett), representing 4 percent of 25 core faculty.


259th Place (tie): University of Houston, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Robert A. Carp), representing 4 percent of 25 core faculty.


259th Place (tie): University of North Carolina-Charlotte, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (William P. Brandon), representing 4 percent of 25 core faculty.


262nd Place (tie): Howard University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (John Walton Cotman), representing 4 percent of 26 core faculty.


262nd Place (tie): Pennsylvania State University-University Park, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Philip A. Schrodt), representing 4 percent of 26 core faculty.


264th Place: University of Colorado-Boulder, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Michaele L. Ferguson), representing 4 percent of 28 core faculty.


265th Place (tie): James Madison University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Martin Cohen), representing 3 percent of 29 core faculty.


265th Place (tie): University of Washington-Seattle, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jack Turner, III), representing 3 percent of 29 core faculty.


267th Place: Florida International University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Markus Thiel), representing 3 percent of 31 core faculty.


268th Place: Stanford University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Karen Long Jusko), representing 3 percent of 36 core faculty.


269th Place: Michigan State University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Carolyn Logan), representing 3 percent of 37 core faculty.


270th Place: University of Wisconsin-Madison, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Jimmy Casas Klausen), representing 3 percent of 38 core faculty.


271st Place: New York University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Christine B. Harrington), representing 2 percent of 46 core faculty.


272nd Place: Harvard University, with one gay-and-lesbian-friendly professor (Daniel Carpenter), representing 2 percent of 47 core faculty.


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No gay-and-lesbian-friendly core faculty members have been identified at these 145 schools, which tie for last place in the ranking:


Ball State University

Baruch College, CUNY

Binghamton University, SUNY

Boston College

Bowdoin College

Bowling Green State University

Brandeis University

Bridgewater State College

Bryn Mawr College

California Institute of Technology

California State University-Bakersfield

California State University-East Bay

California State University-Fresno

California State University-Fullerton

California State University-Los Angeles

California State University-Northridge

California State University-San Bernardino

California State University-Stanislaus

Carleton College

Central Connecticut State University

CUNY Graduate Center

Clark University

Cleveland State University

College of the Holy Cross

Colorado College

Connecticut College

Dartmouth College

Denison University

Dickinson College

Drew University

Elon University

Emory University

Fairfield University

Florida Atlantic University

Fordham University

Franklin and Marshall College

Frostburg State University

George Mason University

Georgia State University

Grand Valley State University

Grinnell College

Hampshire College

Hartwick College

Hillsdale College

Hofstra University

Hope College

Humboldt State University

Indiana University-South Bend

Indiana University-Southeast

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Indiana University Purdue University-Fort Wayne

Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis

Iowa State University

Kansas State University

Kean University

Kutztown University

Lake Forest College

Lawrence University

Lewis and Clark College

Lock Haven University

Long Island University

Marquette University

Millersville University

Mills College

Monmouth College

Monmouth University

Mount Holyoke College

Muhlenberg College

North Dakota State University

Northeastern Illinois University

Northern Illinois University

Oakland University

Occidental College

Ohio State University

Ohio Wesleyan University

Pennsylvania State University-Erie

Pennsylvania State University-Harrisburg

Ramapo College

Rider University

Rowan University

Rutgers University-Camden

Saint Anselm College

St. Cloud State University

St. John’s University

Saint Louis University

St. Olaf College

San Diego State University

San Jose State University

Santa Clara University

Shippensburg University

Simmons College

Skidmore College

Slippery Rock University

Southern Connecticut State University

Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville

Southern Methodist University

Southwestern College (Kansas)

Stony Brook University, SUNY

SUNY Brockport

SUNY Cortland

SUNY Fredonia

SUNY Geneseo

SUNY New Paltz

Swarthmore College

Syracuse University

University at Buffalo, SUNY

University of Cincinnati

University of Dayton

University of Georgia

University of Hawai'i-Hilo

University of Idaho

University of Illinois-Chicago

University of Iowa

University of Kentucky

University of Maryland-Baltimore County

University of Maryland-College Park

University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

University of Michigan-Flint

University of Minnesota-Morris

University of Missouri-Columbia

University of Missouri-Kansas City

University of Montana

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

University of New Mexico

University of North Carolina-Asheville

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

University of North Carolina-Wilmington

University of North Dakota

University of North Texas

University of Northern Iowa

University of Puget Sound

University of Redlands

University of Rhode Island

University of Scranton

University of the Pacific

University of Vermont

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Villanova University

Wake Forest University

Washington State University-Pullman

Washington University (St. Louis)

Wayne State University

West Texas A&M University

Wright State University


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