I have been a member of the Westminster faculty since the Spring of 1977. Prior to Westminster I was a graduate student and teaching fellow at Kent State University. My undergraduate degree is from Westminster ('69). In between my stints in school I worked in private industry and did a tour in the army.
I have also had the opportunity to serve as advisor to a number of student
organizations, including the Westminster Black Student Union, Pennsylvania
Lambda Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon,
and the Women's Track Club. The friendships I have developed with students
through my association with these organizations has been one of the most
rewarding aspects of my job.
|Current Office Hours||Women's Cross-country|
|Academic Policies||Grading Criteria|
|Institutional Research at Westminster||Back to PS/S Home Page|
Because Westminster is a small school I have the opportunity to teach
a wide variety of courses. I have listed a sampling in the table below.
If you are interested, you can click on the highlighted titles and get
a syllabus. My research interests are dictated by my job as Director of
Institutional Research for the College. I am currently working on developing
a program of outcomes assessment for Westminster. As a spin-off of this
I am working to learn more about the impact of the Westminster experience
on our students.
|Sociology of Organizations||Principles of Sociology|
|Data Analysis (SSC 251)||Individual and Society|
|Sociology of Law||Medical Sociology|
|Inquiry II||Sociology Capstone I|
|Social Change||Back to PS/S Home Page|