Founding Mothers: From the Ballot Box to the University online exhibition was curated by:
- Patricia MacCorquodale, Dean Emerita, Honors College; Professor Emerita, Gender & Women's Studies
- Erika Castaño, Assistant Librarian and Archivist, Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries
- Mary Feeney, Librarian for Gender & Women's Studies, History, Journalism, and Sociology, Research & Learning Department, University of Arizona Libraries
Many thanks to contributors and supporters of this exhibition:
- Founding Mothers of UA Women's Studies for their insights, memories, photographs, and ideas: Susan Hardy Aiken, Ruth Dickstein, Myra Dinnerstein, Jan Monk, Susan U. Philips, Eliana Rivero, Sidonie Smith, Chris Tanz, Judy Nolte Temple and Women’s Studies/SIROW leaders, Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, Sally Stevens, and Josephine Korchmaros.
- Rowene Aguirre-Medina for the Mary Bernard Aguirre Professorship 2019-2020 which supported the research into the founding of Women’s Studies.
- November Prentiss, President, and the Women’s Studies Advocacy Council (WOSAC) for a small grant that supported this research in 2018-2019.
- Professor Jennifer Croissant, former Gender & Women Studies (GWS) Department Head; Professor Michelle Berry; Leigh Carducci Spencer, GWS Program Coordinator; and Darcy Roman-Felix, GWS Business Manager for support and advice.
- The UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS): Dean J.P. Jones and Monica Casper, former Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
- SBS Tech: David Rodriquez for video production of interviews and David Alan Fletcher for uploading historical videos.
- Bob Nichol of Ping Pong Media for digitizing audio and video tapes.
- Editing and comments on text: Professors Reid Goméz, Judy Temple, and E. Philip Krider.
- From the University Libraries: Verónica Reyes-Escudero, Katheryne B. Willock Head of Special Collections; Kenya Johnson, Director, Marketing Communications and Events; Marty Taylor, Graphic Designer; Maggie Verebelyi, Events Coordinator; Aengus Anderson, Oral Historian/Digital Media Producer; Michelle Boyer-Kelly, Graduate Assistant, Special Collections; Jeff Henkle, Special Collections Student Assistant (Digital); Jeremy Thompson, Special Collections Student Assistant.
Support women's studies teaching and research through the Ruth H. Dickstein Women’s Studies Library Endowment, which enhances and enriches women’s studies library resources.