Stephane Booth has a Doctor of Arts degree in History. She is the Associate Provost for Quality Initiatives and Curriculum. The office oversees undergraduate curriculum changes and approvals, university accreditation, professional accreditation, student learning assessments and experiential education.
Dr. Booth has published numerous articles and has been a speaker at conferences on the topic of assessment in higher education. She has been involved with women's studies for the past 25 years. During that time, Dr. Booth served as Director of Women's Studies at Kent State University (1995-1996) and developed the Women's Center at Kent State Salem, serving as its coordinator from 1989-2002. Dr. Booth chaired 13 women's conferences and taught numerous women's studies courses. She received an Ohio Humanities Council grant for $12,000 (for the 2000 Women's Conference). Her research has added significantly to the area of Women's History, and her book, Buckeye Women: The History of Ohio's Daughters, has filled a gap in the state's history by documenting the accomplishments and activities of Ohio's women during the past 200 years. Dr. Booth has been honored for her work in promoting Ohio women's history by being named the KSU Woman of Professional Excellence (June 2000) and one of 100 Outstanding Women by the Summit County YWCA (2001).