Dr. Watkins-Hayes recently led the search to find Spelman College's 10th president. In this cover story for Trusteeship Magazine, she reflects on the process that gleaned the right leader at the right time for Spelman, Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell.
Professor Watkins-Hayes was named the inaugural recipient of the Jacquelyn Johnson Jackson Early Career Award from the Association of Black Sociologists.
The Annual Review of Sociology recently published the latest academic article from Dr. Watkins-Hayes, "Intersectionality and the Sociology of HIV/AIDS: Past, Present, and Future Research Directions."
Celeste Watkins-Hayes has been named a Public Voices Thought Leadership Fellow with the The Op Ed Project.
Dr. Watkins-Hayes was recently inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Spelman College as an Alumna Initiate.
Check out some of Dr. Watkins-Hayes' recent work:
The Immorality of Evading the Nanny Tax.
The Atlantic, March 26, 2014
Quoted, "Do Non-White Americans Pay A 'Respectability Tax'?
Marketplace, July 19, 2013. By Noel King.
Government Already Has Tools Available.
The New York Times, October 1, 2013
The Supreme Court's Critical Call on Prostitution and HIV
The Atlantic, June 25, 2013
Flying with a net, literal and figurative
Marketplace, March 26, 2013
The Power of the Prenup: Let's Broaden This Discussion
The New York Times, March 21, 2013
No More Working at Home: Is It the End of the Smart Mom?
Al Jazeera English, March 5, 2013
Ending the AIDS Epidemic
Need to Know on PBS Commentary, November 26, 2012
How Neighborhoods Can Help Poor Black Women Fight AIDS
Scholars Strategy Network Policy Brief, May 2012