Jenn Dye

Jenn Dye

Asst Dean

College of Law
2925 Campus Green Dr.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

Professional Summary

Dr. Dye combines her interdisciplinary research, scholarly background, and community work to continue her work in the space of race, gender, and social justice in her current role as Director of the Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice.  As Director, she is responsible for overseeing programming, community outreach, Social Justice Fellows, among other initiatives.   

With a Ph.D. in political science, J.D., and graduate certificate in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Dr. Dye's earlier research focused on marginalized communities, access to resources, and the resulting relationship to political power and structures.  Her more recent research focuses on race and gender and how these impact identity, agency, and political power, looking at systems and structures within soceity.  Dr. Dye has taught the following courses: Introduction to American Politics, International Relations, Introduction to Women's Studies, Women and Politics, International Human Rights, Criminal Justice Policy and Legislative Advocacy, and Political and Legal Processes.


PhD: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2015 (Political Science: human rights, identity politics, gender studies, food security Graduate Certificate in Women's, Gender and, Sexuality Studies)

JD: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2009 (Critical Race Theory, Human Rights, Feminist Jurisprudence)

Contact Information

Academic - College of Law
2925 Campus Green Dr.
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45221