University of Wisconsin – Superior
Alli Willingham is a victimologist and a tenure-track assistant professor of criminal justice at the University of Wisconsin Superior. She has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Kentucky Wesleyan College, a master’s degree in criminal justice from Eastern Kentucky University, and graduates this August with her Ph.D. in criminology and criminal justice from the University of South Carolina.
Her areas of expertise include violence, special populations, and intersectionality. Throughout her graduate studies, she worked with multiple non-profit organizations, including disability services and battered persons’ shelters.
Download session presentation This session will give participants a better understanding of the experiences and development of trans+ identity. Concepts will cover general terminology and aspects of identity, with specific attention being dedicated to the discussion of how we can all better support trans+ youth. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the formation of […]
Download session presentation Children with hearing loss present unique needs and challenges for service providers. For members of the hearing community, a grounded understanding of the experiences of youths who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (D/HOH) is necessary in order to adequately meet the needs of this population. This session is intended for service […]