Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer
Ph.D 2016, Sociology, University of Oregon
Her research areas include suicide, new media, social psychology, family, food, sexuality, and gender. Her latest publication, Fathers and Flexibility Stigma, was published in a special issues journal in the Journal of Social Issues. All research in this issue was conducted in cooperation with Work, Life, Law, a collaboration between Stanford University, UC Hastings Law School, and the University of Oregon.
She teaches many of the gateway courses in the department, including Social Problems in the U.S.; Introduction to Sociology; and Self, Community, and Society. She also teaches upper-division courses in Criminology, Collective Behaviors, and Inequality.
She is an active participant in the Faculty Collaboration for Teaching and Innovation at SCU. She is also a member of the American Sociological Association section on Teaching Sociology. She earned her teaching certificate in teaching sociology at the college level from the University of Oregon in 2016.