Department of Sociology Faculty

Department of Sociology Faculty

Christopher F. Armstrong, Professor, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
    Teaching – Introductory Sociology, Social Stratification, Deviant Behavior.
    Research – Stratification with a focus on Prep Schools and Upper-Class Education.
    McCormick Center 2134 | 570-389-4240 | carmstro@bloomu.edu

Heather Feldhaus, Professor and Director of the Center for Community Research and Consulting, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
    Teaching – Introductory Sociology, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, Research Methods, Sociology of Work.
    Research - Applied Sociology, Community, Social Problems.
    Bakeless Center 315B | 570-389-4221 | hfeldhau@bloomu.edu

Brandon Lang, Associate Professor., Ph.D., North Carolina State University.
    Teaching – Social Problems, Urban and Community Sociology, Sociology of Sport, Sociology of Gender.
    Research – Sociology of Sports and Medical Education.
    McCormick Center 2109 | 570-389-5132 | klang@bloomu.edu

Megumi Omori, Professor, Ph.D., University of South Carolina.
    Teaching - Research Methods, Social Statistics, Marriage and Family, and Population.
    Research – Family, Women in the Labor Market, Wealth Accumulation, and Consumption.
    McCormick Center 2125 | 570-389-4245 | momori@bloomu.edu

Christopher Podeschi, Associate Professor. , Ph.D., University of Nebraska.
    Teaching – Introductory Sociology, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, Sociological Theory, Qualitative Methods, Environmental Sociology.
    Research – Nature and Environmental Issues in Culture/Media, Environmental Attitudes, Family’s Role in Cultivating Environmental Attitudes, Social Impacts of Energy Development/Hydraulic Fracturing, Applied sociology.
    McCormick Center 2106 | 570-389-4640 | cpodesch@bloomu.edu

Neal Slone, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Washington.
    Specialization – Law and Society, Microsociology, Quantitative Analysis.
    McCormick Center 2129 | 570-389-4932 | nslone@bloomu.edu