Ryan Stillwagon

PhD Student
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Education

M.A. in the Social Sciences (MAPSS), The University of Chicago, 2015

B.A. in Religion Studies, Lehigh University, 2011

B.A. in Political Science, Lehigh University, 2010

About

Relevant Work Experience:
Editorial Assistant, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2016–2017
Supervisor: Andrea Polonijo

Research Assistant, NORC at the University of Chicago, 2015–2016
Supervisor: Stuart Michaels

Previous Advisors:
Edward O. Laumann, The University of Chicago
Nandini Deo, Lehigh University


Research

Research Interests:

Placemaking; Medical Sociology; Sexualities, Gender, Family; HIV/AIDS & PrEP; Qualitative & Quantitative Methods

Current Research:

My research interests are in queer placemaking and health disparities and their social determinants. I am interested also in the social construction of disease states, illness measures and population-based health-surveillance technologies, and how pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and insurance companies intervene in the relations of health assessments and care across populations. My future work hopes to look into these processes within the LGBTQ community in Vancouver and other regions within North America using mixed method analyses.

As a Master’s student and scholar-activist at the University of Chicago and Research Assistant at NORC at the University of Chicago, I examined the construction of social scripts transmitting biomedicalized ways of knowing the self among LGBTQ populations through HIV prevention marketing and public health surveillance methods. I spent two years (2014-2016) volunteering for a sex-positive public health campaign, #PrEP4Love, convened by AIDS Foundation of Chicago, which is in its second advertising wave across Chicago (Fall 2016). At NORC (2015-2016), I worked on two community-based HIV prevention and treatment studies (uConnect, N = 620; PrEP Chicago, N = 400) on the South Side of Chicago. Additionally, I helped design a forthcoming national representative HIV surveillance survey of young gay, bisexual adolescent males (N = 1,500) and adolescent transgender females (N = 1,500) in the U.S. with the Fenway Institute for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

I am originally from outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I was a resident member of Green College from 2016 to 2017.

Supervisors: Drs. Becki Ross & Thomas Kemple


Publications

Articles:

Stillwagon, Ryan and Amin Ghaziani. 2019. “Queer Pop-ups: A Cultural Innovation in Urban Life.” City & Community 18(3): 874-895
DOI: 10.1111/cico.12434

Dehlin, Jessica M*, Ryan Stillwagon*, Jim Pickett, Lance Keene, John A Schneider. 2019. "#PrEP4Love: An Evaluation of a Sex-Positive HIV Prevention Campaign"
JMIR Public Health Surveill 5(2):e12822
DOI: 10.2196/12822
*these authors contributed equally 

Ghaziani, Amin and Ryan Stillwagon. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups.” Contexts 17(1):78-80.

Public Sociology:

Gancena, Arsebel, Ryan Stillwagon, Harlan Pruden. 2019. "Divergent Public Health Responses to a New HIV Prevention Option: Comparing Health Equity Approaches in Two North American Cities." Press Release, UBC Sociology. July 25.

Stillwagon, Ryan, Adriana Brodyn, Amin Ghaziani, and Kyle Sutherland. “Queer pop-ups take us beyond the gaybourhood.” The Conversation. September 19, 2018.

“Spotlight – Jim Pickett.” 2016. The Chicago Center for HIV Elimination at The University of Chicago. October 17. http://hivelimination.uchicago.edu/spotlight/detail/jim_pickett

Selected Presentations, Workshops, & Conference Presiding:

Presenter with Harlan Pruden. 2019. “Reconciling access to traditional and other forms of healthcare for Indigenous and 2S/GBQ people: Results from Sex Now 2018.” Summit 2019: Queering Healthcare Access & Accessibility. Vancouver, BC, Canada. October 31st.

Presenter with Harlan Pruden. 2019. “Reconciling access to traditional and other forms of healthcare for Indigenous and 2S/GBQ people: Results from Sex Now 2018.” British Columbia Centre for Disease Control Research Week. Vancouver, BC, Canada. October 24th.

Presenter. 2019. “Queer Pop-ups, Artists, and Gentrification: Collective Belonging and Displacement in the Unaffordable City.” Canadian Sociological Association, 53rd Annual Conference. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. June 6.

Roundtable Discussant. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups: A Cultural Innovation in Urban Life, at the “Gender and Sexuality” table, in the “Section on Sociology of Sex and Gender Referred Roundtable Session.”American Sociological Association, 114th Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA, USA. August 14.

Presenter. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups.” Queer U: Revelry & Resistance. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. January 25th.

Panel Discussant. 2018. “Session 1: Challenging norms, stigma, and social control.” 11thAnnual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 26.

Invited Speaker. 2017. “Gay Places and e-Spaces: How Online Dating Changed Davie.” BC Centre for Excellence for HIV/AIDS. Vancouver, BC, Canada. November 30.    

Presider. 2017. “Child Vaccination Coverage: Population Health Research & Policy Consideration.”Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences (IAPHS).The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA. October 4.

Selected Poster Presenter. 2017. “Network Norms & Health Behaviors: Contextualizing HIV Risk among Young Black Men who Have Sex with Men (YBMSM).” Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences (IAPHS). The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA. October 3.

Presider. 2017. “Social Capital.” American Sociology Association, 113th Annual Conference. Montreal, QC, Canada. August 14.

Presenter. 2017. “Vancouver Pop-up Queer Parties: Cultural Identity Assertion & Resistance in Urban Spaces.” 10th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 27.   

 


Awards

Sociology Graduate Scholarship, The University of British Columbia, 2017–2018

Four Year Fellowship (FYF) For PhD Students, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

Four Year Fellowships (4YF) Tuition Award, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

International Tuition Award, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

Fellowship, Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (TC-CFAR) and Sexualities Project (SPAN), “Pleasure/Danger: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Sexual Pleasure and Sexual Risk” TC-CFAR and SPAN, The University of Chicago and Northwestern University, 2015–2016

Half Tuition Scholarship, The University of Chicago, 2014–2015

Full Tuition Scholarship, Lehigh University, 2010–2011

Social Sciences Thesis Research Grants, Lehigh University, 2010–2011


Teaching

Guest Lectures:

“Queer Geographies of Urban Sex & Space.”
SOCI 369. October 08, 2019.
Instructor: Becki Ross

Co-lecturer. SOCI 200. Summer T1, 2019
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Queer Geographies of Urban Sex & Space.”
SOCI 369. October 09, 2018.
Instructor: Becki Ross

“Work & Family Life.”
SOCI 200. June 05, 2018.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Stress & Violence: Realities of Family Life.”
SOCI 200. February 26, 2018.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Theorizing Family & Fictive Kin Work.”
SOCI 415. October 31, 2017.
Instructor: Sinikka Elliott

2019 - 2020, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Becki Ross

2019, Summer T1

Teaching Assistant & Co-lecturer. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

2018 - 2019, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Becki Ross

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Brandy Wiebe

2018, Summer T1
Teaching Assistant. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

2017 - 2018, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 415. Theories of Family and Kinship.
Instructor: Sinikka Elliott

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 302A. Ethnic and Racial Inequality.
Instructor: Wendy Roth

2017, Summer T2
Teaching Assistant. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson


Ryan Stillwagon

PhD Student
file_download Download CV

M.A. in the Social Sciences (MAPSS), The University of Chicago, 2015

B.A. in Religion Studies, Lehigh University, 2011

B.A. in Political Science, Lehigh University, 2010

Relevant Work Experience:
Editorial Assistant, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2016–2017
Supervisor: Andrea Polonijo

Research Assistant, NORC at the University of Chicago, 2015–2016
Supervisor: Stuart Michaels

Previous Advisors:
Edward O. Laumann, The University of Chicago
Nandini Deo, Lehigh University

Research Interests:

Placemaking; Medical Sociology; Sexualities, Gender, Family; HIV/AIDS & PrEP; Qualitative & Quantitative Methods

Current Research:

My research interests are in queer placemaking and health disparities and their social determinants. I am interested also in the social construction of disease states, illness measures and population-based health-surveillance technologies, and how pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and insurance companies intervene in the relations of health assessments and care across populations. My future work hopes to look into these processes within the LGBTQ community in Vancouver and other regions within North America using mixed method analyses.

As a Master’s student and scholar-activist at the University of Chicago and Research Assistant at NORC at the University of Chicago, I examined the construction of social scripts transmitting biomedicalized ways of knowing the self among LGBTQ populations through HIV prevention marketing and public health surveillance methods. I spent two years (2014-2016) volunteering for a sex-positive public health campaign, #PrEP4Love, convened by AIDS Foundation of Chicago, which is in its second advertising wave across Chicago (Fall 2016). At NORC (2015-2016), I worked on two community-based HIV prevention and treatment studies (uConnect, N = 620; PrEP Chicago, N = 400) on the South Side of Chicago. Additionally, I helped design a forthcoming national representative HIV surveillance survey of young gay, bisexual adolescent males (N = 1,500) and adolescent transgender females (N = 1,500) in the U.S. with the Fenway Institute for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

I am originally from outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I was a resident member of Green College from 2016 to 2017.

Supervisors: Drs. Becki Ross & Thomas Kemple

Articles:

Stillwagon, Ryan and Amin Ghaziani. 2019. “Queer Pop-ups: A Cultural Innovation in Urban Life.” City & Community 18(3): 874-895
DOI: 10.1111/cico.12434

Dehlin, Jessica M*, Ryan Stillwagon*, Jim Pickett, Lance Keene, John A Schneider. 2019. "#PrEP4Love: An Evaluation of a Sex-Positive HIV Prevention Campaign"
JMIR Public Health Surveill 5(2):e12822
DOI: 10.2196/12822
*these authors contributed equally 

Ghaziani, Amin and Ryan Stillwagon. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups.” Contexts 17(1):78-80.

Public Sociology:

Gancena, Arsebel, Ryan Stillwagon, Harlan Pruden. 2019. "Divergent Public Health Responses to a New HIV Prevention Option: Comparing Health Equity Approaches in Two North American Cities." Press Release, UBC Sociology. July 25.

Stillwagon, Ryan, Adriana Brodyn, Amin Ghaziani, and Kyle Sutherland. “Queer pop-ups take us beyond the gaybourhood.” The Conversation. September 19, 2018.

“Spotlight – Jim Pickett.” 2016. The Chicago Center for HIV Elimination at The University of Chicago. October 17. http://hivelimination.uchicago.edu/spotlight/detail/jim_pickett

Selected Presentations, Workshops, & Conference Presiding:

Presenter with Harlan Pruden. 2019. “Reconciling access to traditional and other forms of healthcare for Indigenous and 2S/GBQ people: Results from Sex Now 2018.” Summit 2019: Queering Healthcare Access & Accessibility. Vancouver, BC, Canada. October 31st.

Presenter with Harlan Pruden. 2019. “Reconciling access to traditional and other forms of healthcare for Indigenous and 2S/GBQ people: Results from Sex Now 2018.” British Columbia Centre for Disease Control Research Week. Vancouver, BC, Canada. October 24th.

Presenter. 2019. “Queer Pop-ups, Artists, and Gentrification: Collective Belonging and Displacement in the Unaffordable City.” Canadian Sociological Association, 53rd Annual Conference. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. June 6.

Roundtable Discussant. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups: A Cultural Innovation in Urban Life, at the “Gender and Sexuality” table, in the “Section on Sociology of Sex and Gender Referred Roundtable Session.”American Sociological Association, 114th Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA, USA. August 14.

Presenter. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups.” Queer U: Revelry & Resistance. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. January 25th.

Panel Discussant. 2018. “Session 1: Challenging norms, stigma, and social control.” 11thAnnual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 26.

Invited Speaker. 2017. “Gay Places and e-Spaces: How Online Dating Changed Davie.” BC Centre for Excellence for HIV/AIDS. Vancouver, BC, Canada. November 30.    

Presider. 2017. “Child Vaccination Coverage: Population Health Research & Policy Consideration.”Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences (IAPHS).The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA. October 4.

Selected Poster Presenter. 2017. “Network Norms & Health Behaviors: Contextualizing HIV Risk among Young Black Men who Have Sex with Men (YBMSM).” Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences (IAPHS). The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA. October 3.

Presider. 2017. “Social Capital.” American Sociology Association, 113th Annual Conference. Montreal, QC, Canada. August 14.

Presenter. 2017. “Vancouver Pop-up Queer Parties: Cultural Identity Assertion & Resistance in Urban Spaces.” 10th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 27.   

 

Sociology Graduate Scholarship, The University of British Columbia, 2017–2018

Four Year Fellowship (FYF) For PhD Students, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

Four Year Fellowships (4YF) Tuition Award, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

International Tuition Award, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

Fellowship, Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (TC-CFAR) and Sexualities Project (SPAN), “Pleasure/Danger: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Sexual Pleasure and Sexual Risk” TC-CFAR and SPAN, The University of Chicago and Northwestern University, 2015–2016

Half Tuition Scholarship, The University of Chicago, 2014–2015

Full Tuition Scholarship, Lehigh University, 2010–2011

Social Sciences Thesis Research Grants, Lehigh University, 2010–2011

Guest Lectures:

“Queer Geographies of Urban Sex & Space.”
SOCI 369. October 08, 2019.
Instructor: Becki Ross

Co-lecturer. SOCI 200. Summer T1, 2019
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Queer Geographies of Urban Sex & Space.”
SOCI 369. October 09, 2018.
Instructor: Becki Ross

“Work & Family Life.”
SOCI 200. June 05, 2018.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Stress & Violence: Realities of Family Life.”
SOCI 200. February 26, 2018.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Theorizing Family & Fictive Kin Work.”
SOCI 415. October 31, 2017.
Instructor: Sinikka Elliott

2019 - 2020, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Becki Ross

2019, Summer T1

Teaching Assistant & Co-lecturer. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

2018 - 2019, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Becki Ross

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Brandy Wiebe

2018, Summer T1
Teaching Assistant. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

2017 - 2018, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 415. Theories of Family and Kinship.
Instructor: Sinikka Elliott

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 302A. Ethnic and Racial Inequality.
Instructor: Wendy Roth

2017, Summer T2
Teaching Assistant. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

Ryan Stillwagon

PhD Student
file_download Download CV

M.A. in the Social Sciences (MAPSS), The University of Chicago, 2015

B.A. in Religion Studies, Lehigh University, 2011

B.A. in Political Science, Lehigh University, 2010

Relevant Work Experience:
Editorial Assistant, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2016–2017
Supervisor: Andrea Polonijo

Research Assistant, NORC at the University of Chicago, 2015–2016
Supervisor: Stuart Michaels

Previous Advisors:
Edward O. Laumann, The University of Chicago
Nandini Deo, Lehigh University

Research Interests:

Placemaking; Medical Sociology; Sexualities, Gender, Family; HIV/AIDS & PrEP; Qualitative & Quantitative Methods

Current Research:

My research interests are in queer placemaking and health disparities and their social determinants. I am interested also in the social construction of disease states, illness measures and population-based health-surveillance technologies, and how pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and insurance companies intervene in the relations of health assessments and care across populations. My future work hopes to look into these processes within the LGBTQ community in Vancouver and other regions within North America using mixed method analyses.

As a Master’s student and scholar-activist at the University of Chicago and Research Assistant at NORC at the University of Chicago, I examined the construction of social scripts transmitting biomedicalized ways of knowing the self among LGBTQ populations through HIV prevention marketing and public health surveillance methods. I spent two years (2014-2016) volunteering for a sex-positive public health campaign, #PrEP4Love, convened by AIDS Foundation of Chicago, which is in its second advertising wave across Chicago (Fall 2016). At NORC (2015-2016), I worked on two community-based HIV prevention and treatment studies (uConnect, N = 620; PrEP Chicago, N = 400) on the South Side of Chicago. Additionally, I helped design a forthcoming national representative HIV surveillance survey of young gay, bisexual adolescent males (N = 1,500) and adolescent transgender females (N = 1,500) in the U.S. with the Fenway Institute for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

I am originally from outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I was a resident member of Green College from 2016 to 2017.

Supervisors: Drs. Becki Ross & Thomas Kemple

Articles:

Stillwagon, Ryan and Amin Ghaziani. 2019. “Queer Pop-ups: A Cultural Innovation in Urban Life.” City & Community 18(3): 874-895
DOI: 10.1111/cico.12434

Dehlin, Jessica M*, Ryan Stillwagon*, Jim Pickett, Lance Keene, John A Schneider. 2019. "#PrEP4Love: An Evaluation of a Sex-Positive HIV Prevention Campaign"
JMIR Public Health Surveill 5(2):e12822
DOI: 10.2196/12822
*these authors contributed equally 

Ghaziani, Amin and Ryan Stillwagon. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups.” Contexts 17(1):78-80.

Public Sociology:

Gancena, Arsebel, Ryan Stillwagon, Harlan Pruden. 2019. "Divergent Public Health Responses to a New HIV Prevention Option: Comparing Health Equity Approaches in Two North American Cities." Press Release, UBC Sociology. July 25.

Stillwagon, Ryan, Adriana Brodyn, Amin Ghaziani, and Kyle Sutherland. “Queer pop-ups take us beyond the gaybourhood.” The Conversation. September 19, 2018.

“Spotlight – Jim Pickett.” 2016. The Chicago Center for HIV Elimination at The University of Chicago. October 17. http://hivelimination.uchicago.edu/spotlight/detail/jim_pickett

Selected Presentations, Workshops, & Conference Presiding:

Presenter with Harlan Pruden. 2019. “Reconciling access to traditional and other forms of healthcare for Indigenous and 2S/GBQ people: Results from Sex Now 2018.” Summit 2019: Queering Healthcare Access & Accessibility. Vancouver, BC, Canada. October 31st.

Presenter with Harlan Pruden. 2019. “Reconciling access to traditional and other forms of healthcare for Indigenous and 2S/GBQ people: Results from Sex Now 2018.” British Columbia Centre for Disease Control Research Week. Vancouver, BC, Canada. October 24th.

Presenter. 2019. “Queer Pop-ups, Artists, and Gentrification: Collective Belonging and Displacement in the Unaffordable City.” Canadian Sociological Association, 53rd Annual Conference. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. June 6.

Roundtable Discussant. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups: A Cultural Innovation in Urban Life, at the “Gender and Sexuality” table, in the “Section on Sociology of Sex and Gender Referred Roundtable Session.”American Sociological Association, 114th Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA, USA. August 14.

Presenter. 2018. “Queer Pop-ups.” Queer U: Revelry & Resistance. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. January 25th.

Panel Discussant. 2018. “Session 1: Challenging norms, stigma, and social control.” 11thAnnual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 26.

Invited Speaker. 2017. “Gay Places and e-Spaces: How Online Dating Changed Davie.” BC Centre for Excellence for HIV/AIDS. Vancouver, BC, Canada. November 30.    

Presider. 2017. “Child Vaccination Coverage: Population Health Research & Policy Consideration.”Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences (IAPHS).The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA. October 4.

Selected Poster Presenter. 2017. “Network Norms & Health Behaviors: Contextualizing HIV Risk among Young Black Men who Have Sex with Men (YBMSM).” Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences (IAPHS). The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA. October 3.

Presider. 2017. “Social Capital.” American Sociology Association, 113th Annual Conference. Montreal, QC, Canada. August 14.

Presenter. 2017. “Vancouver Pop-up Queer Parties: Cultural Identity Assertion & Resistance in Urban Spaces.” 10th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 27.   

 

Sociology Graduate Scholarship, The University of British Columbia, 2017–2018

Four Year Fellowship (FYF) For PhD Students, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

Four Year Fellowships (4YF) Tuition Award, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

International Tuition Award, The University of British Columbia, 2016–2020

Fellowship, Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (TC-CFAR) and Sexualities Project (SPAN), “Pleasure/Danger: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Sexual Pleasure and Sexual Risk” TC-CFAR and SPAN, The University of Chicago and Northwestern University, 2015–2016

Half Tuition Scholarship, The University of Chicago, 2014–2015

Full Tuition Scholarship, Lehigh University, 2010–2011

Social Sciences Thesis Research Grants, Lehigh University, 2010–2011

Guest Lectures:

“Queer Geographies of Urban Sex & Space.”
SOCI 369. October 08, 2019.
Instructor: Becki Ross

Co-lecturer. SOCI 200. Summer T1, 2019
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Queer Geographies of Urban Sex & Space.”
SOCI 369. October 09, 2018.
Instructor: Becki Ross

“Work & Family Life.”
SOCI 200. June 05, 2018.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Stress & Violence: Realities of Family Life.”
SOCI 200. February 26, 2018.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

“Theorizing Family & Fictive Kin Work.”
SOCI 415. October 31, 2017.
Instructor: Sinikka Elliott

2019 - 2020, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Becki Ross

2019, Summer T1

Teaching Assistant & Co-lecturer. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

2018 - 2019, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Becki Ross

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 369. Sociology of Sexualities.
Instructor: Brandy Wiebe

2018, Summer T1
Teaching Assistant. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson

2017 - 2018, Terms 1 & 2

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 415. Theories of Family and Kinship.
Instructor: Sinikka Elliott

Teaching Assistant. SOCI 302A. Ethnic and Racial Inequality.
Instructor: Wendy Roth

2017, Summer T2
Teaching Assistant. SOCI 200. Sociology of Family.
Instructor: Oral Robinson