Dean, University College
Associate Professor, Political Science and Women’s Studies
Coordinator of Foundational Studies

Year Joined ISU
August 1996

Expertise and Activity Statement
Dr. Maule earned her degrees from Washington State University (Pullman WA)

 Bachelor of Arts, 1991
 Master of Arts, 1993
 Ph.D, 1996

Administrative Experience
Dean, University College, current 
Coordinator, Foundational Studies/General Education Program, Summer 2007 to present
Acting Chairperson Sociology, Summer 2004 to Summer 2005
Interim Director Women’s Studies, Fall 2001 to Summer 2006.
Acting Co-Director Women’s Studies, Fall 1999-Spring 2000
Director Legal Studies Program, Fall 1996 to Summer 2007

Teaching Experience
American Government, Legal Studies/Political Science Learning Community, Social Science Learning Community, General Honors Learning Community, U.S. Diversity: Contemporary American Issues, Judicial Processes, Constitutional Law I: An Introduction, Constitutional Law II: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Representation, Constitutional Law III: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Legal Research, Criminal Law, The Legal Environment of Public Administration, Capstone Course in Political Science, Capstone Course in Legal Studies, Introduction to Women's Studies, Foundations of Feminist Theory, Contemporary Feminist Theory, Women in Law, Gender, Nation, and Class, and Student Activism in Theory and Practice. 

-Center of Community Engagement, 2011 Outstanding Service Award
-Office of Residential Life, Outstanding Dedication to First Year Student Academic Success, 2009, 2011
-University Honors Program Outstanding Faculty Member Award, Spring 2007
-Women’s Studies Program’s Darlene Hantzis Advocacy Award for Leadership and Commitment to Indiana State University, Spring 2007
-Indiana State University Faculty Distinguished Service Award, Spring 2007
-Brian Douglas Hiltunen Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Scholarship of Engagement, Indiana Campus Compact, Spring 2005
-Indiana State University Caleb Mills Distinguished Teaching Award, Spring 2005

Office Location
Normal Hall 207