Jeanine Marie Mingé's (PhD, University of South Florida) is the Director of Community Engagement at California State University, Northridge.

Professor in the Department of Communication Studies where she directed CSUN Performance Ensemble: Creatives for Social Justice for ten years. Performance Ensemble partnered with community organization R.U.T.H. YouthBuild and Neighborhood Partners in Action through CSUN’s Institute for Community Health and Well-Being. Over the course of two years, PE journeyed to Canoga Park to workshop with youth ages 16-25. The students worked as leaders and performers, as scholars and friends, to create and perform collaborative stories to promote social justice.

Dr. Mingé has won the Visionary Community Service Learning Award; the Don Dorsey Teaching and Excellence Award; and OSCLG’s Feminist Teacher/Mentor award. She is co-facilitator of Bridges: A Teaching Excellence Program. Her areas of research interest include Community-Based Performance, Community Activism through the Arts, Health and Wellness, Space/Place and Qualitative Methods. All of her work is dedicated to cultivating social justice through use of narrative, visual imagery, poetry, installation art, and performance.

  • Ph.D. 2008, University of South Florida
  • M.A. 2004, San Diego State University
  • B.A. 2001, James Madison University

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