Keri Brandt, Associate Professor
79 Reed Library
Education: 1995 BA Political Science, Fort Lewis College
2005 PhD Sociology, University of Colorado at Boulder
Interests: Social Theory, Gender, Sexuality, Human-Animal Studies
Rebecca J. Clausen, Chair/Assistant Professor
75 Reed Library
Education: B.S., University of Oregon, 1999
M.S., University of Oregon, 2003
Ph.D., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2008
Interests: Social drivers of environmental change, Political economy of global food systems, Marine fishery degradation
Janine Fitzgerald, Professor
77 Reed Library
Education: B.A., University of Colorado, 1987
M.A., University of New Mexico, 1990
Ph.D., University of New Mexico, 1996
Interests: Latin American Sociology, Environmental Sociology, Poetry and Metaphor in Social Change and Movements
Kristina Kahl, Visiting Instructor
71 Reed Library
Education: B.S., University of Oregon, 2005
Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder, 2013
Interests: Social Movements, Social Psychology, Sociology of Gender, Interpretative and Qualitative Methods
Anthony J. Nocella II, Assistant Professor
73 Reed Library
Education: 2000 BA - Political Science, Pre-Law, and Public Administration, University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX
2003 MA - Peacemaking and Conflict Studies, Fresno Pacific University
2008 MS - Cultural Foundations of Education, Concentration Disability Studies, Syracuse University
2011 Ph.D. - Social Science, Syracuse University
Interests: Critical Criminology, Transformative Justice, Youth Justice, Critical Pedagogy, Disability Studies, Environmental/Food Justice, Eco-ability, Critical Animal Studies, Hip Hop Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, Green Criminology, and Queer Studies
Mark Seis, Associate Professor
81 Reed Library
Education: B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1987
M.S. University of Wisconsin, 1989
Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1996
Interests:  The study of the social construction and distribution of political, economic and social power.  Understanding the social construction of power is essential for creating meaningful social change aimed at democratizing social relationships and resources, and recognizing our kinship with all human and nonhuman life.  
Carey Vicenti, Associate Professor
83 Reed Library
Education: B.S., Oregon State University, 1983
J.D., University of New Mexico, 1985
Dawn Widen, Administrative Assistant II
230 Noble Hall