Adjunct (part-time) faculty
Angie Andriot, PhD
Prof. Andriot recently comleted her PhD in sociology from Purdue University. She has a bachelor's in visual arts education, as well as a MA in sociology and a MA in social science education. Her areas of interest include self & identity, gender & science, and education. She will be teaching SOC 201 Intro to Sociology this fall.
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Lauren Brooks, MA
Prof. Brooks holds a BA in psychology and sociology from the University of Louisville and received a masters degree from the University of Florida in sociology with a concentration in environmental sociology. Currently, she is working for the Center for Environmental Policy and Management and the Southeast Regional Environmental Finance Center at the University of Louisville. Lauren’s current interests focus on sustainable agricultural practices, environmental justices, food politics and food security. She will be teaching SOC 202 Social Problems this fall.
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Suzanne Hopf, JD
Prof. Hopf is an attorney for the Department of Public Advocacy and specializes in criminal defense and juvenile law. She has been the attorney of record for several significant juvenile law opinions in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and has taught Principles & Concepts, Diversity & Inequality, Human Sexuality, Criminology, Juvenile Delinquency, and the Sociology of Law. Suzanne received her MA in sociology from Colorado State University in 1993. Since then, she has taught as an adjunct faculty at a variety of universities, in addition to being a practicing lawyer. She will be teaching SOC 325 Human Sexuality this fall.
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Deanna McGaughey Summers, ABD
Prof. McGaughey Summers completed her MA in Sociology from Ohio University; MS in Justice Administration from the University of Louisville, and is currently working on a Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition from University of Louisville. Her areas of interests include rhetorics of sexuality, gender studies, inequalities, and philosophies and administration of justice. She will be teaching SOC 201 Intro to Sociology and SOC 320 Social Theory.
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Angela Orend, MA
Prof. Orend graduated from the Department of Sociology at the University of Louisville with her MA in 2004. She has taught Social Theory, Diversity & Inequality, Social Problems, Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Families and Principles & Concepts. She has also taught classes at UofL via Distance Education, UPS Metroversity, and KET Telecourse. Her research focuses on issues of commodificaton with respect to the body and popular culture. Specifically, her research explores the sociological factors underlying the increasing popularity of corporate logo tattoos as a form of postmodern consumption. She has recently published this research with the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Additionally, she has worked with Dr. Mark Austin and Dr. Patricia Gagne examining the commodification of the biker in American culture. She will be teaching SOC 329 Sociology of Families this fall.
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Nancy Steinmetz, MA
Prof. Steinmetz holds a BS in sociology and was recently awarded her master's in sociology from the University of Louisville. During her tenure in the master's program at UofL, she assisted Dr. Mark Austin and taught a section of Introduction to Sociology. Her areas of interest include crime and criminology, specifically fear of criminal victimization, gender, and education. She will be teaching SOC 202 Social Problems this fall.
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Jonetta Weber, PhD
Dr. Weber is the Director of Academic Services in the Department of Sociology and completed her PhD in education administration (sport administration) at UofL. Her areas of interest include sport (history of sport, sport and academics), leisure, and animals in society. She has taught courses in sociology (Sociology of Sport, Social Context of Aging, Sociology of Death and Dying, and Animals & Society) and in sport adminstration (Sociology of Sport, Athletics in Higher Education). She and Dr. Bob Carini recently published an article examining the lack of women represented on the covers of Sports Illustrated magazines. Currently, she is also working on several publications, including one which relates to her dissertation (former student-athletes returning to complete their undergraduate degrees) and another exploring the lack of representation of females in popular fishing magazines. She will be teaching SOC 420/SPAD 391 Sociology of Sport and SPAD 480/680 Athletics in Higher Education in the fall.
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