Tammy L. Hodo, PhD – Dr. Hodo was born in Milwaukee, WI and is a Navy Veteran.
She earned her Master of Public Administration from Columbus State University in 1998.
Tammy went on to gain her PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Urban Studies with a minor in Sociology, specialization in Race, Class, Gender, Ethnicity. Her dissertation was entitled: “A Critical Analysis of an Urban Research University: Climate, Culture and Minority Faculty.”
“Voices from Within: The Academic Experiences of Minority Scholars at a Midwest Research University.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2009, 3; pp. 25-59
“Black Scholars’ Speak about Diversity or the Lack Thereof in Academia.” Forthcoming in Florida Coastal School of Law, Law Review Journal.
“Abused Men” panel segment Huffington Post via web chat July 31, 2013
“Conceptualizing, Researching, and Writing Your Thesis or Dissertation.” A workshop presented at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, March 4, 2011.
“A Critical Analysis of an Urban Research University: Climate, Culture, and Minority Faculty.” Chapter of dissertation presented at the 14th Annual Urban Studies Student Forum, UW-Milwaukee, April 4, 2009.
“History of African Americans in Academia: A Literature Review.” Paper presented at 11th Annual Urban Studies Student Forum, UW-Milwaukee, April 2006.
The Relevance of Diversity in Clinical Education” a presentation at the Sixth Annual Clinical Conference at Charlotte School of Law, October 2016.