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Jeanne Connors

Contributing Faculty

College of Health Professions

School of Health Sciences

Degree Program Ph.D. Public Health

Jeanne L. Connors, Ph.D., obtained a doctorate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a minor in Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education. She was born in Hillsboro, Wisconsin, was married for 13 years, and has three children, two daughters and a son, as well as four granddaughters. She currently lives in the Shawano, Wisconsin, area, close by the northern pine woods.

Courses Taught

HLTH 9001-7 - Dissertation

PUBH 8050 - Glob Hleth & Issues in Disease

PUBH 8900 - Research Forum Companion

PUBH 9000-9 - Public Health Dissertation

PUBH 9001-9 - Dissertation

Education

BA, University of Wisconsin-Madison

MA, University of Wisconsin-Madson

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Awards / Honors

Bernard L. Turner Award, Walden, 2015

Bernard L. Turner Award, Walden University, 2003

Publications

Connors, J. (1989). Quality Control in an American Corporation: An ethnography from the inside. Crosscurrents.

Connors, J., Romberg, T. A. (1991). Middle Management and Quality Control: Strategies for Obstructionist. Human Organization.

Connors, J. L., Donnellan, A. M. (1995). Walk in beauty: Western perspectives on disabilities and Navajo family/cultural resilience.