Women’s Studies, Political Science, and International Studies with a Certificate in French Studies; Honors College
While at Brockport, Tambria studied abroad in St. Petersburg, Russia at the New York - St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistic, Cognition, and Culture.
She is currently a program specialist in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor’s Office of Global Program at the US Department of State in Washington, DC.
- SUNY Brockport’s Annual Scholars Day, Brockport, NY (2017)
- Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL (2017)
- National Women Studies Association Conference, Montréal, QC, CA (2016)
- Seneca Falls Dialogues, Seneca Falls, NY
- National Women Studies Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI (2015)
- Schroeder, Tambria, “Transgender Employment Rights, Discrimination & Litigation: Expanding Understandings and Opening Doors” (2016). Student Research Awards. Paper 6.
- Schroeder, Tambria (2017) “Make America Curious Again: Integrating Feminism into Undergraduate International Relations Studies,” Dissenting Voices: Vol. 6 : Iss. 1 , Article 4.
- chroeder, Tambria, “Why Women? Gender Mainstreaming in Undergraduate International Relations Discourse” (2017). Senior Honors Theses. 174.
- Forthcoming: “Disrupting the Lean: Performing a 2016 Declaration of Sentiments.
- SUNY Chancellor’s Award (2017)
- ACT Scholarship for Student Excellence & Initiative (2016)
- Douglas A. Feldman LGBT Paper Award (2016)
- International Studies & Women & Gender Studies Departmental Scholar (2015/2016)
- Honors College Outstanding Senior Award (2017)
- Jennifer M. Lloyd Women & Gender Studies Essay Prize (2016)
- Fannie Barrier Williams Woman of Courage Scholarship (2016)
- Edward J. & Ruth Bauer Gafney Washington Internship Award (2015)
- W. Raymond Duncan Alumni Scholarship (2015)
- Elaine K. Miller Modern Cultures & Languages and Women & Gender Studies Scholarship (2015)
- Alpha Chi National Honor Society
- Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society
- Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society
- Iota Iota Iota Women & Gender Studies Honor Society
Being a WMS student taught me to appreciate a multiplicity of identities and the complexities that lie therein. The courses exposed me to the unique and shared challenges that women around the world experience, and encouraged me to pursue a career devoted to addressing them.