I'm an Associate Professor in the
of Sociology at Bridgewater College
in Bridgewater, Virginia.
I am the advisor for the Department's
in Crime and Justice. I am also the Vice-President of the Bridgewater
Some of my current off-campus responsibilities include being a Board
Member for the Virginia
Social Science Association, and the Secretary and Data Manager for
the Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Reentry Council.
I routinely teach Principles of Sociology and the
quantitative research methods series for the major in Sociology. I also teach several
of the courses in the Crime and Justice minor including Adjudication & Corrections, World Justice
Systems, and the Senior Practicum in Crime and Justice.
My professional interests include: community
development, social cohesion and disorganization, crime and deviance;
networks; the cognition of social structure; the measurement of
fundamental network properties, such as
social distance and acquaintanceship volume; program evaluation, methodology and statistics.
On the personal side, here's a
little more about me....
|My Teaching Schedule this semester
(Spring 2013) is:
- SOC 101.04 Principles of Sociology
(MWF 10:00-10:50am in Bowman 220)
- SOC 101.07 Principles of Sociology
(MWF 11:00-11:50am in Bowman 313)
- SOC 351 Soc.
Research Methods II
(T & Th 2:00-4:00pm in Bowman 24)
- SOC 412
Adjudication and Corrections
(MWF 1:00-1:50pm in Bowman 209)
- SOC 483 Practicum in Crime & Justice
Please note that course syllabi, additional
readings, external links, exam review guides and other material will
all be made available on the course websites through:
My Office Hours are:
Monday & Wednesday 2:00-4:00pm, and Tuesday & Thursday
11am-Noon, or by appointment.