Associate Professor of Sociology
Dr. Burhmann is dedicated to shedding light on issues of social inequality, and the 'social constructions' we maintain around race, gender, and social class. She is also passionate about educating students about environmental quality, sustainability, and issues of environmental justice.
Associate Professor of Sociology and Gender & Women's Studies
Professor Dagan is committed to understanding issues of inequality and combating discrimination. She also stresses the need for active engagement in the larger world and is dedicated to educating her students about societal inequality through service-learning.
Visiting Instructor in Sociology
Amy McCombs is the Director of Programs at Wells Center, a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment center located in Jacksonville. A licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Amy is also a Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC), with Board Registration as a MISA II (Mentally Ill Substance Abuser) Professional, and a certified Problem and Compulsive Gambling Counselor (PCGC).
Besides the issues of gender and racial inequality, Professor Zannoun is committed to understanding the issues of immigrants and women. His research focuses on the political engagement of minorities. Furthermore, he conducted research on violence against women on the global level. He is dedicated to shedding light on the issues of immigrant women and their identity in guest society. He is interested in both quantitative and qualitative methods as the best way to understand the social groups and sociological issues.