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Regular Faculty

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Paul McLean
Chair
Office: Davison Hall, 101C
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Telephone: 848-932-7620

Steven Brechin
Graduate Director
Office: Davison Hall, 101B
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Telephone: 848-932-7618

Kristen Springer
Undergraduate Director
Office: Davison Hall, 101A
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Telephone: 848-932-6467

   

Shepherd 1Assistant Professor
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Office: Davison Hall, 126

Assistant Professor of Sociology. Shepherd teaches classes in interventions and social change, organizations, and culture. She studies how social networks, social norms, culture, and organizations facilitate or impede social change. Her current projects are based on an intervention and research program— the Roots Program— that used a field experiment and longitudinal social network measures in 56 New Jersey middle schools to examine how to improve school climate in terms of peer harassment and conflict.

ezerubavel thumbProfessor    
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Office: Davison Hall, 131

Professor Zerubavel is Board of Governors and Distinguished Professor of Sociology. He teaches courses in cognitive sociology, sociology of time, social memory, and sociological theory. His latest four books explored the sociomental shape of the past, the social organization of silence and denial, the social construction of genealogical relatedness, and the sociology of inattention. He is currently writing a book on the sociology of taken-for-grantedness.

HWhiteLargeProfessor
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Office: Alcohol Studies
Office Phone: 732-445-3579

Distinguished Professor in the Sociology Department and the Center of Alcohol Studies.  Her research focuses on the comorbidity of substance use, crime, violence, and mental health problems in community and high-risk samples. She also evaluates drug prevention interventions for college students.

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Office: Davison Hall, 045

Professor of Sociology, teaches courses on the individual and society, sexuality, culture, and religion. She has written extensively about sexual politics, the cultural construction of identities, and social movements, and is very interested in bridging academic and popular writing.    

Associate Professor
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Office: Davison Hall, 040

Associate Professor and Undergraduate Director of Sociology, conducts research on gender, health, families, and aging. She is currently engaged in three broad research projects: 1) the gendered health effect of marital income across the life course, 2) the influence of masculinity ideals on men’s healthcare seeking behaviors, and 3) the interactive influence of biology and social environment for understanding gendered health. Professor Springer teaches advanced research methods, sociology of the family, and classes on incorporating biology and the social environment.

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Department of Sociology
Davison Hall
26 Nichol Avenue,
New Brunswick, NJ 08901


P  848-932-4029
F  732-932-6067