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Katie See

Professor See specializes in comparative race and ethnic relations, social stratification, gender relations, and political sociology. She has written First World Nationalisms: Class and Ethnic Politics in Northern Ireland and Quebec. With Professor Linda Racioppi, she has completed Women’s Activism in Contemporary Russia 1998.

She was a Rockefeller Fellow in Human Rights, received an MSU 1980 Teacher Scholar Award, a research award from the National Endowment for the Humanities, a 1991 State of Michigan Teaching Excellence Award, the 1992 Mid-Michigan Alumni Association Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and a 1997 MSU Distinguished Faculty Award and has received several national grants.

Professor Katie See's 32-year career with James Madison College and her retirement were celebrated with a series of events on November 14, 2009.

Retirement Celebration Photos

Learn about the Katie See Endowed Scholarship and consider making a gift:

The Katherine O’Sullivan See Endowment for JMC Field Experience in Social Activism and Philanthropic Work (PDF)
Donate Online to the See Endowment

See Endowment Gift and Pledge form (PDF)