Nelida Arancibia, M.S.W.
Faculty Associate of Social Work
Professor Arancibia enjoys being a social worker and teaching others.View Full Profile »
Richard Blake, Ph.D., LCSW
I hope I am regarded as a fair, responsive, and responsible human being. I love being a social worker and a professor.View Full Profile »
Leslie A. Bunnage, Ph.D.
She specializes in social movement studies, including their revitalization attempts, impact, and use of technology.View Full Profile »
C Lynn Carr, Ph.D.
Dr. Carr researches the individual/social interplay in gender, sexual, ethnic, and religious identity construction.View Full Profile »
Matthew J. Corrigan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Program Director
Social Workers make a difference.View Full Profile »
Anthony L. Haynor, Ph.D.
Dr. Haynor has been preoccupied with sociology's contribution to human betterment and its relationship to other fields.View Full Profile »
Christine M. Heer, J.D., L.C.S.W.
Assistant Professor of Social Work
I am an attorney licensed in the State of New Jersey, a Licenced Clinical Social Worker and an Educator for 24 years.View Full Profile »
Amadu J. Kaba, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology
Dr. Kaba's published research focuses on topics on gender, demography, culture, race/ethnicity and education.View Full Profile »
Emma Quartaro, D.S.W.
Professor of Social Work; Coordinator, Multidisciplinary Certificate Program in Gerontology
Dr. Quartaro specializes in improving
baccalaureate social work education.View Full Profile »
Rhonda L. Quinn, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Rhonda L. Quinn is also a Research Associate in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers University.View Full Profile »
Cherubim A. Quizon, Ph.D.
Her most recent publications ponder: do people in so-called traditional societies agree on what that means?View Full Profile »
Beth R. Ribet, PhD, JD
Visiting Research Professor
Beth Ribet, PhD, JD, is a Visiting Research Professor in 2012-2013.View Full Profile »
Peter Savastano, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Dr. Savastano's research explores issues of religion, sexuality and gender and Christian mystical practices.View Full Profile »
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