Classes and Syllabi:
105, Introduction to World Regional Geography, Section 1; M-W
1:00 pm to 2:20 pm in Bristol 118
105, Introduction to World Regional Geography, Section 2; M-W
4:00 pm to 5:20 pm in Bristol 118
Science 105, Introduction to Political Science, Section 1, M-W
2:30-3:50 pm in Bristol 118
Science 105, Introduction to Political Science, Section 2, Tuesday
6:00pm-8:50pm in Bristol 221
Service 230, Introduction to Civic Leadership W 6:00 pm –
8:50 pm in room Bristol 118
Interests: How do citizens in mountain resort towns and counties
collaborate to engage in partnerships and place based movements
to deal with growth issues and loss of agriculture lands, wildlife
habitat and open lands? How do rapidly growing mountain resort
towns retain sense of community and small town character?
Published Works: A variety of articles in peer-reviewed
scholarly journals such as The American Sociological Review, Social
Problems Public Opinion Quarterly, and Gender & Society.
Education: B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Sociology, University
of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 1975. PhD., Sociology, 1979.
Previous Teaching Experience: Assistant Professor of Sociology,
University of Arizona, Tucson, 1978-1982; Assistant Professor
of Sociology, Colorado State University, 1982-1985; Tenured Associate
Professor of Sociology, Colorado State University, 1985-1993;
Associate Professor of Social Sciences, CMC, 1993-1995; Professor
of Social Sciences, CMC, 1995-present.
Awards: Full-Time Faculty of the Year, Alpine Campus,
CMC, 1997 and 1998; Full Time Faculty of the Year, College Wide,
CMC 1998. Honor Faculty Award for Teaching and Research
at Colorado State University, given by the CSU Alumni Associati
Service: Reviewer for Society and Natural Resources;
Reviewer for USDA Rural Development Grants; Reviewer for Rural
Vice-Chair, Routt County Planning Commission; Member, Bud Werner
Memorial Library Blue Ribbon Commission.