Associate Professor, Colorado State University-Pueblo
I am dedicated to bringing together the latest in sociological knowledge, pedagogical practice, and technological tools to effectively and passionately teach students how to think, write, and see sociologically.
I have taught Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Criminology, Research Methods, Social Problems, Collective Behavior and Social Movements, Police and Society, Social Deviance, and Homelessness and Housing Insecurity in America. I have also taught the course Understanding Lived Experiences as part of the
Inside Out Prison Exchange Program
at CSU Pueblo and at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico. Syllabi available upon request.
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