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Sally Stevens

About Sally Stevens

Sally J. Stevens, PhD, LSAC is a Research Professor at the University of Arizona’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women and a Distinguished Outreach Professor in Gender and Women’s Studies. Dr. Stevens conducts process and outcome studies in the area of health and social justice disparities, innovations in education, and workforce equity. Dr. Stevens' research focuses on women and their children, and adolescents/young adults. Much of her work involves individuals of Mexican-origin Hispanic decent and Native Americans living in southwestern United States and the examination of cultural and gender issues that are specifically applicable to these race-ethnic groups. Her work has been widely published. Findings from Dr. Stevens’ work has informed both policy and practice.

Link to Curriculum Vitae



National Cross-Site Evaluation of JDC/RF

Southern Arizona Anti-Trafficking United Response Network (SAATURN)

National Cross-site Evaluation: Pregnant and Postpartum and Youth Data Project

iTEAM: A Treatment Systems Approach for Homeless LGBTQ Youth

iSTEM: An Innovative Hybrid Program for Diversifying and Building Capacity in the STEM/ICT Workforce

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Contact Information

Sally Stevens
Research Professor, SIROW; Professor, Gender and Women's Studies (Tenured), University Distinguished Professor, Outreach
Telephone: 520-626-9558
Fax: 520-626-1533
Office: SIROW, Room 205


Ph.D. The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, Educational Psychology, November, 1987
M.A. The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, Educational Psychology, May, 1983
M.Ed. The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Educational Psychology, October, 1981
B.A. The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, Psychology and Education, August, 1978