- BS, Rivier College
- MEd, Framingham State College
- MA, University of Maryland, College Park
- PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Credential: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
- Current Research Project: Gathering at the Community Table: Celebrating Harford’s Farms and Food
- Political Economy of Food Systems
- Transnational Migration
- Role of Museums in Community Education
Stowers, S. “Salvadoran Immigrant Women and the Culinary Making of Gendered Identities:
‘Food Grooming’ as a Class and Meaning Making Process” in Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life off the Edge of the Table. Ed. Janet Page-Reeves. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Press, 2014. 2nd Printing, Paperback, March 2016.
Stowers, S. “Gastronomic Nostalgia: Salvadoran Immigrants’ Cravings for the Ideal Meal,” Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 51 (5): 374-393, 2012.
Stowers, S. "The Development of A Culturally Appropriate Food Guide for Pregnant Caribbean Immigrant Women Living in the United States." Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 92 (3): 331-336, 1992.
Stowers, S. Institutional Food Service and Nutritional Care. Yarmouth Port, MA:
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
- Physical Anthropology and Archaeology
- The Archaeology of Maryland
- Museum Studies/ Independent Study
- Special Topics: Food, Culture and Society