WGST celebrates new stand-alone MA program and its first degree recipient | Women's & Gender Studies

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June 6, 2018

WGST celebrates new stand-alone MA program and its first degree recipient

Graduate student Amanda Foltz, Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions at UNT, became the first graduate of the UNT's Women's & Gender Studies Master's program this May. Though the program began in the '80s under the interdisciplinary studies program, Foltz is the first to graduate from the stand-alone program. In the linked article, the North Texas Daily interviews Program Director, Dr. Alicia Re Cruz, and Amanda.