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Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
Robert Vargas uses both quantitative and qualitative methods to investigate how politics and bureaucracies shape the conditions of cities.
Spatial Science Political Sociology Urban Sociology Crime Law Deviance Mixed Methods
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
Kraig Beyerlein's research focus on collective action, civic engagement, social movements, and religion.
Sociology Sociology of Religion Social Movements/Collective Behavior Civil Engagement/Social Capital Quantitative Methods Social Networks Sociology of Culture Religion Political Sociology
Professor and Director of William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families
Dr. Braungart-Rieker is a developmental psychologist whose research focuses on social and emotional development.
Fathers Infancy Child Development Obesity Prevention
Dr. Borkowski is currently engaged in an intervention project designed to better understand child abuse and neglect in at-risk mothers.
Child Abuse Teen Mothers Home Visiting Programs Child Neglect
Associate Professor, Department of Theology
Professor Daniel Groody's research focuses on issues of theology, globalization, and migration.
Globalization and Spirituality Justice Peace Immigration and Theology U.S. Latino Theology and Spirituality Christian Spirituality Immigration Theology and Film Spiritual Biography and Autobiography
Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Valentino's research focuses on the transactional nature through which children’s interactions can shape the course of development.
Child Maltreatment Trauma Memory Child Development Clinical Interventions Child Trauma
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Professor Ramirez's research interests include political behavior, state and local politics, and the politics of race and ethnicity.
Political Science Chicano Studies American Politics Political behavior Politics of Race & Enthicity State and Local Politics
Chair, Department of Theology
Timothy Matovina works in the area of theology and culture, with specialization in U.S. Catholic and U.S. Latino theology and religion.
Catholic Church Latino Theology Catholic History in the American Southwest Mexico's Guadalupe Tradition
Associate Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
Professor Moreno's research is focused on issues of race, gender, and ethnicity in literary and cultural production.
Spanish Spanish Literature Race and Ethnicity in US Latino Literature Hispanic Studies
Industry Experience (4)
- Training and Development
- Religious Institutions