Profiles in "Sociology of Education" Expertise Area

  • Alfredo Artiles' scholarship focuses on understanding and addressing educational inequities related to the intersections of disability with other sociocultural differences.
  • Jeanne Powers analyzes school segregation, teacher retention, and the context of reception for immigrant students.
  • Derrick Anderson is an associate professor of science and technology policy in the School of Public Affairs.
  • Jessica Hirshorn's mission is to promote intercultural understanding. She achieves this by teaching Organizational Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies, leading study abroad, and directing Peace Corps Prep.
  • Martin's current research projects focus on youth political engagement, college student development, and inequalities in the arts and creative industries.
  • Bozeman’s research focuses on public management, organization theory, higher education policy, and science and technology policy.
  • Sherman Dorn's current research focuses on the modern politics of education evolved in an arena (broadcasting) where the federal government has primacy.
  • Liou's research examines the sociological manifestations of expectations in the organization of classrooms, schools, and society, contextualizing educational practices in relational, curricular and institutional terms.
  • Hayter's research interests include entrepreneurship, technology policy and organization of higher education and science