N. Eugene Walls

  • Biographical Description

    • Associate Professor N. Eugene Walls earned his doctoral degree in sociology and is a community practice specialist. His academic and research interests include gender, sexuality, homelessness, stereotypes, social stratification and social movements. His professional social work experience includes positions with the United Cerebral Palsy Association, Kidspeace National Centers for Kids in Crisis and The Center for the Homeless in South Bend, Indiana. At GSSW, Walls teaches courses in multicultural social work practice, disrupting privilege, and in research

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • Publications

  • Living Proof Podcast

  • Colorado Trans on Campus Report

    • Invisibilities, Uncertainties and Unexpected Surprises: The Experiences of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Students, Staff, and Faculty at Colleges and Universities in Colorado   

    • To download either the executive summary or the full report, please click on the appropriate link below.

    • Recommended citation:  Seelman, K. L., Walls, N. E., Costello, K., Steffens, K., Inselman, K., Montague-Asp, H., & Colorado Trans on Campus Coalition. (2012). Invisibilities, uncertainties, and unexpected surprises: The experiences of transgender and gender non-conforming students, staff, and faculty at universities & olleges in Colorado (Executive Summary). Denver, CO: Authors.

    • Recommended citation:  Seelman, K. L., Walls, N. E., Costello, K., Steffens, K., Inselman, K., Montague-Asp, H., & Colorado Trans on Campus Coalition. (2012). Invisibilities, uncertainties, and unexpected surprises: The experiences of transgender and gender non-conforming students, staff, and faculty at universities & olleges in Colorado. Denver, CO: Authors.

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