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Rose Grose

Rose Grose

Faculty Ambassador

she/her/hers
Community Health Education
Natural and Health Sciences

Education

PhD, Social Psychology (Feminist Studies), University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA

MS, Social Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA

BA, Psychology, Women’s Studies, magna cum laude, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI

Sex Educator Certificate, San Francisco Sex Information, San Francisco, CA

Other Experience

I joined the University of Northern Colorado in 2018 as Assistant Professor in Community Health Education (part of the Colorado School of Public Health). I also teach in Human Services.

Since joining UNC, the most rewarding part has been teaching Human Sexuality each semester and getting involved with the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center as a mentor.

I approach my role as a DRC Faculty Ambassador the way I do research and teaching: through an empowerment perspective. I am to raise student, faculty, and staff awareness of power, inequality, and diversity; their sense of subjectivity and agency; and their ability to take action for social justice in our community.

I am a graduate of Kalamazoo College and the University of California, Santa Cruz and have a degree in Social Psychology. I currently live Fort Collins with my totally awesome cat Cid. When I’m not keeping busy with advocating for sexual health and LGBTQ rights, you can find me hiking or biking.

If you’re looking for someone to talk to about my work with the Disability Resource Center, sexual health at UNC, or the Colorado School of Public Health, reach out via email: rose.grose@unco.edu