University of Michigan, M.A. and Ph.D., Chinese history
Cornell University, B.A., Asian Studies
University of Connecticut, M.S.W., Policy
Judy supports curriculum development, is faculty liaison for all UIS instructors, and organizes campus-wide enrichment programs, including co-chairing the Amplifying Indigenous Voices Affinity group. She also teaches “Western Heritage: Social Justice” and “Modern China: Culture and Identity” in the University Interdisciplinary Studies Program.
In addition to her work on campus, Judy is actively involved in local and state-wide human and animal rights work, including immigration and citizenship issues and electing progressive candidates to office.