Phone: (310) 338-7374Email: Jstecken@lmu.edu Office: University Hall 4120 Vita Spring 2014 Course Schedule:POLS 370: Elderly and the LawMonday/Wednesday: 3:00-4:15pmPOLS 438: Women & PoliticsMonday: 4:30-7:00pm Spring 2014 Office Hours:Monday 11:00am-3:00pm; and by appt.
Dr. Steckenrider's research and teaching in Political Science are focused in the areas of political gerontology and women's studies. Her publications include Women as Political Leaders (with Michael Genovese, Taylor and Francis Press) and New Direction in Old Age Policies (with Tonya Parrott, SUNY Press) and articles in Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, Southwest Journal of Aging, Encyclopedia of Aging and Journal of Women and Politics. Dr. Steckenrider has been a Research Consultant to the National Council on Aging, a recipient of Administration on Aging grants and has served on the Boards of Directors of a hospital, a skilled nursing facility and a municipal senior commission.
Public Policies on Aging
Women and Politics
Women and the Law
Elderly and the Law
Ph.D.: University of Southern California
M.A.: University of Notre Dame
B.A.: University of Illinois