Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Madison, December 1996
Dissertation: Disrupting Whiteness: Race, Queerness and Pedagogy
M.A., Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, December 1990
B.A., Women’s Studies and Mathematics, Oberlin College, May 1989
Minor, Feminist Studies and Cultural Studies
"Don’t Feel White Privilege? It Might Be Political." Radical Pedagogy. Volume 13 Number 1; Winter 2016.
Bannister, S., M. Armato, L. Fuller, and N. Matthews. "Gendered Violence and Interruptions to Education." International Journal of Education and Social Science. Vol. 2 No. 2; February 2015.
Armato, Michael, Fuller, Laurie, Matthews, Nancy, and Meiners, Erica. “Pedagogical Engagements: Feminist Resistance to the Militarization of Education.” Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, Volume 35, Issue 2, 2013
“Teaching Peace in the Feminist Classroom: Starhawk’s The Fifth Sacred Thing.” Radical Teacher. Number 75, Spring 2006 pp. 28-35
Fuller, L. and Meiners, E. “Reflections: Empowering women, technology and (feminist) institutional change.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies special gender and information technology issue. Vol. 26, No. 1. Spring 2005
Fuller, L. and Meiners, E. “Empowering women? Engaging a technology grant for social change.” Journal of International Women's Studies special issue on women in science. Vol. 5, No. 4. May 2004
“If Only They Knew: Problematics of White Dyke Disclosures in Lecture,” JCT The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Curriculum Studies. A juried journal. 12:3, (Winter 1996)
“Effects of violence on women’s retention at NEIU and assessment of related campus responses.” Northeastern Illinois University Research Community Grant, $5,000. An ongoing research into the extent and impact of violence in the lives of NEIU students and university services’ effectiveness, begun fall 2007.
“Empowering Women For Life-Long Success Through Computer Expertise.” A four-year $160,000 Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE), US Department of Education, grant to improve technology skills for women students at NEIU, begun Fall 1999
“Evaluating On-line Communication and Web-based Course Content for Increased Student Learning.” A one-year $3000 Faculty Research and Scholarly Project Grant, NEIU, begun Fall 1999
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