WICKS-LIM WELCOMED AS NEW MARLBORO COLLEGE FACULTY MEMBER
MARLBORO, VERMONT — Marlboro College is pleased to announce the recent hire of Jeannette Wicks-Lim, who will teach economics at the college beginning in the fall.
Wicks-Lim earned her B.A. in social sciences from the University of Michigan's Residential College, which, as she put it, "emphasized interdisciplinary learning, self-direction, academic discipline, critical thinking, and strong mentorship." She is completing her Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Massachusetts on the impacts of minimum wage/living wage policies on labor markets.
Wicks-Lim brings to the college enthusiastic and unqualified recommendations. Her primary areas of teaching and research are the political economy of labor, gender, and race. Her fall courses will likely include The Political Economy of Race.