Undergraduate teaching: I regularly teach in the Sociology-Anthropology 10ABC (Probability & Statistics) series. In fall 2015, I’ll be teaching the first quarter of that year-long sequence. I also frequently teach Research Methods (Sociology 110) during Summer Session. However, this year (2015), I’ll be offering the on-line version of Sociology-Anthropology 10A in Summer Session II. Note that this is will be an on-line course. I will also be offering the on-line version of Sociology-Anthropology 10A next spring quarter (2016).
I also have regularly taught an undergraduate course on gender and race inequality in the workplace, although this course will not be offered during the 2015-2016 academic year.
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Graduate teaching: I regularly teach the core sociology graduate seminar in inequality (Sociology 232), usually in the fall or spring quarter. This course is scheduled next for spring, 2015. I have also taught the graduate seminar on gender and work (Sociology 269), but I will not be offering this seminar during the 2014-2015 academic year. In the past, I have also taught a seminar on gender and race inequality in organizations, the graduate research design course, and the graduate statistics sequence.