Tesa Rigel Hines
Title: Clinical Instructor of America Politics and Public Policy
Subject Area: Public Policy, Law & Ethics, Program Evaluation, Cultural Diversity & Inclusion, Political Process
Department: Political Science, Economics, and World Languages and Cultures
College: College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences
Building: CLO Room: 292
Phone: (219) 989-2796
Tesa Rigel Hines earned a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis, a Master of Social Work from San Francisco State University, and a Ph.D. from Saint Louis University in Public & Social Policy. Dr. Rigel Hines has over ten years of direct service experience in the areas of child welfare, mental health, and poverty alleviation. Her research interests include urban and labor policy, violence prevention, cultural diversity, and the evaluation of social services. Dr. Rigel Hines joined the faculty of Purdue University Northwest in 2018 and currently teaches American Government, Family Law, Law & Society, and Race and Politics.
Rigel Hines, T. (2019). “Variables Which Influence the Early State Adoption of Pro-LGBT Legislation.” Journal of Homosexuality. First published September 4, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2019.1657751.
Rigel Hines, T. (2019). “What states that don’t protect LGBTQ workers from discrimination have in common.” The Conversation U.S. https://theconversation.com/what-states-that-dont-protect-lgbtq-workers-from-discrimination-have-in-common-121478.
Rigel Hines, T. “Demographic Group Representation in Occupational Categories: A Longitudinal Study of EEO-1 Data.” Labor Studies Journal. First published June 21, 2019.
Rigel Hines, T. (April 29, 2019). “At work, women and people of color still have not broken the glass ceiling.” The Conversation U.S. https://theconversation.com/at-work-women-and-people-of-color-still-have-not-broken-the-glass-ceiling-115688.
Rigel Hines, T. (2019). “Community Prejudice is Also to Blame: Significant Causes and Effects of Residential Segregation in St. Louis.” Journal of Urban History, 45(3) pp. 578-594. First published March 5, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1177/0096144217746376.