Quarterly Adjunct Lecturer
Ph.D. 2013, Sociology, Stony Brook University
Gary Maynard’s focus in teaching, research, and publication center on the following topics: sociology of technology/social media, social psychology, sociology of health, deviance and crime, sociology of the mass media, youth and adolescence, global sociology, environmental sociology, the sociology of sports, the sociology of drug abuse and alcoholism and quantitative research methods. He has taught at the university level for 18 years, with 13 of those years being full-time.
At Santa Clara University, he teaches: Sociology of Crime; Technology, Social Media and Society; Technology, Innovation and Culture; The Criminal Justice Systems; Introduction to Research Design; and Diversity in Contemporary Organizations.
Maynard is from Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from Bowling Green State University, University of Alaska Fairbanks and Stony Brook University. He has 3 Master’s degrees and a Ph.D. from Stony Brook University.
Creech, Constance, Denise Cooper, Christina Aplin-Kalisz, Gary Maynard and Sara Baker. 2017. “Examining Admission Factors That Predict Success in Graduate Nursing Students.” Journal of Nursing Education.
Maynard, Gary and Corinne Ong. 2016. “Debt, Trade and Investment Dependency and HIV/AIDS Prevalence in the Developing World: A Cross-national Longitudinal Analysis.” Sociological Inquiry 86(2): 189–215.
Maynard, Gary. 2013. “Jim Jones and Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) Part IV.” The Jonestown Report 15.