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About Margaret Everett

Margaret Everett is Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Lesley University. She earned her PhD in Anthropology from Yale University in 1995. Her areas of interest include health policy, health promotion and cultural dimensions of health and healing. Dr. Everett has conducted community based participatory research with Latino communities in Oregon regarding food access and healthy communities. She has published research about diabetes and the nutrition transition in Oaxaca, Mexico. Current research focuses on gender and health seeking among Pentecostals in Mexico. Dr. Everett has served on numerous community boards and committees, including the Healthy Eating Active Living Coalition with the Multnomah County Health Department and the Genetic Research Advisory Committee of Oregon.

Positions

July 2018 - Present Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Lesley University Academic Affairs
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September 2017 - July 2018 Interim Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs, Portland State University
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2010 - July 2018 Professor, Portland State University ‐ Sociology
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2010 - July 2018 Professor, Portland State University ‐ International & Global Studies
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2014 - 2017 Vice Provost for International Affairs and Dean of Graduate Studies, Portland State University
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2012 - 2014 Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies, Portland State University ‐ Office of Graduate Studies
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2008 - 2010 Associate Professor of Sociology and International Studies, Portland State University
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2002 - 2008 Associate Professor of Anthropology and International Studies, Portland State University
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1996 - 2002 Assistant Professor of Anthropology and International Studies, Portland State University
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Excellence in Community-University Partnerships, Civic Engagement Awards, PSU (awarded to the Healthy Eating Active Living Coalition), 2009
  • John Eliot Allen Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Portland State University, 2007

Articles (15)

Contributions to Books (5)