Sally Bishop Shigley

Dr. Sally Bishop Shigley is an Assistant Professor of English and has taught at Weber since 1990, initially as an adjunct faculty member until 1992 when she assumed her current full-time tenure-track position. She teaches Composition and American Literature in the W.S.U. Honours Programme and chairs the Honours Faculty Advisory Committee. Her third allegiance is to the Women's Studies Program where she has taught the core course 305, Feminist Theories, as well as the cross-listed Perspectives in Women's Literature. She has served as faculty advisor for Broomstick, the W.S. student organization, and as a member of the Executive Council, which she chairs this academic year. Sally was born in Salt Lake City where she attended public school and received a baccalaureate degree in English, accompanied by membership in Phi Beta Kappa, at the University of Utah. Sally has been married to John Shigley since 1985 and they share their home with Grace, a black labrador retriever, and Pepper, a gray tabby cat.

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