Social Science Division
- Jennifer Harriger, Associate Professor of Psychology
- Erin Dean
PSYC 210: I am interested in updating this course to diversify the course materials and to include anti-racist pedagogy. I am also interested in prioritizing student's sense of belonging and identity. This course includes many classical theories/concepts/theorists, and I would like to include more women and people of color in my presentation of these main topics.
- Khanh Bui, Professor of Psychology
- Juan Carlos Hughes
PSYC 333: Almost all the research on love and like are on heterosexual relationships. Not hearing or learning about how members of LGBTQIA communities experience liking and loving creates a gap in our students' education in human diversity. Our goal is to locate high-quality, peer-reviewed, scientific research articles on how LGBTQIA couples experience liking and loving.
Social Work Courses
- Angela Smith, Visiting Instructor of Social Work/Director of Social Work
- Sophie Egliht
SW 200: Ensure anti-racist pedagogy is present and supported in our learning. This includes but is not limited to: diversifying our class material, creating predictable routines, individualizing student assignments and assessment measures to include aspects of identity and culture, and establishing a student feedback loop to prioritize student safety and belonging.
- Bryant Crubaugh, Assistant Professor of Sociology
- Rebecca Kim, Professor of Sociology
- Anna Penner, Assistant Professor of Sociology
- Bryn Sandine
SOC 200: Bryn will work with the sociology faculty to address diversity gaps in their SOC200 readings, assignments, and classroom activities. All SOC200 faculty will give her access to the non-grading side of their Courses for a SOC200 class they recently held. Bryn will organize those materials and identify gaps for the department, making note of gaps for individual faculty along the way. These gaps may appear in lack of diversity in a number of ways including predominantly white male authors, the assumption of religion or citizenship in assignments, or perspectives and activities that are exclusionary to minoritized students.