Teaching Award


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Sociology Graduate Student Association Teaching Award for 1999


Courses Taught


Society and Genetics (SOCI 390 Syllabus), undergraduate course, UNC-CH

Categorical Data Analysis (SOCI 711 Syllabus), a required graduate course offered in the department of sociology, UNC-CH

Longitudinal and Multilevel Data Analysis (SOCI 718 Syllabus), an optional graduate course offered in the department of sociology, UNC-CH

Linear Regression (SOCI 709), a required graduate course offered in the department of sociology, UNC-CH

Human Societies (SOCI 111), an undergraduate introduction course focusing on social inequality in various historical and contemporary societies in the department of sociology, UNC-CH (80-90 students)

Social Inequality across Space and Time (006E, Freshman seminar), an undergraduate course on social inequality with emphasis on class participation, discussion, and debate.

ICPSR summer short course on event history analysis at the University of Michigan, Anne Arbor (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002)