Sociology faculty at the University of Georgia are excellent teachers and productive scholars, who have won the University's highest teaching and research awards, received major grants, and published their research in the top journals and presses. We embrace a variety of research methodologies, including ethnography, experiments, and secondary data analysis. This research is both interdisciplinary and collaborative: many of our faculty are affiliated with other units on campus and work closely with graduate students.
Joseph C. Hermanowicz is Professor of Sociology and Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia. He specializes in the sociology of higher education. His work, which has focused on higher education faculty, students, and institutions, combines a concern...read more about Joseph C. Hermanowicz