TA Office Hours

Course (Instructor)   Name   Hours    SSMS rm. #
Soc 1 (Gordon)
  Gonzales, G   F 9:00-11:00am

  Awadalla, C   T 1:00-3:00pm   3015

  Kaplan, R  

MR 9:00-10:00am


  Leavell, V   W 2:00-4:00pm

  Soto, O   W 11:00am-1:00pm  

   Yang, R   T 1:00-3:00pm   3013
    Chajdas, T   TR 9:45-10:45am   3011
    Lytle, G   TW 9:30-10:30am   3011
Soc 105E (Clemencon)   Clegg, M   R 11:00am-1:00pm   3013
Soc 108 (Cast)   Bryant, K   W 12:00-2:00pm   3015
    Lahiri, S   R 1:00-3:00pm   3021
Soc 108C (Raymond, E)   Fritzler, M   F 1:00-3:00pm   3011
    Kemp, J   T 11:00am-1:00pm   3021
Soc 118B (Twine)   Robinson, S   R 1:00-3:00pm   3021
Soc 130ME (Anderson)   Feldman, D   R 9:30-11:30am   3013
Soc 134 (King)   Danipour, R   M 2:45-4:45pm   3011
Soc 140 (Bielby)   Ota, K   R  4:00-6:00pm   3011
Soc 145 (Raymond, E)   McCumber, A   T 10:00-12:00pm   3021
Soc 146 (Bridges)   Chatillon, A   W 11:30am-1:30pm   3021
Soc 153 (Thebaud)   Wong, A   W11:00am-1:00pm   3013
Soc 154A (Cast)   Sorin, C   R 11:00am-12:45pm   2502E GSA lounge
Soc 155B (Thebaud)   Devoto, S   M 12:30-2:30pm   3021
Soc 155T (Twine)   Salinas, M D   W 3:30-5:30 pm   3021
Soc 156A (Bhavnani)   Suarez, F   T 10:00am-12:00pm   3011
Soc 167 (Sutton)   Yang, R   M 2:30- 4:30pm   3021
Soc 170 (Sutton)   Arce, E  

T 12:30-1:30 &

T 11:30-12:30pm



UCen Starbucks

 Soc 170J (Rios)    Kelekay, J    R 2:30-4:30 pm    3011
 Soc 174 (Abra)    Poyser, S    T 1:00-3:00 pm    3013
 Soc 185F (Falasca)    Cohen, M    W 4:00-6:00 pm    3011
 Soc 185J (Mohr)    Loe-Sterphone, J    T 1:00-3:00 pm    3013
 Soc 185M (Anderson)    Nguyen, A    M 1:00 pm-3:00 pm    3021

Faculty Spotlight

Sarah Th├ębaud (PhD Cornell, 2010) has long been interested in studying why gender inequalities persist in our modern economy.  Her research relies on a diverse array of methodological approaches, including experiments, large scale surveys, and in-depth interviews, to identify social psychological and macro-institutional sources of inequality. Her recent publications and current projects examine how factors such as cultural biases and social policies affect gender inequalities in entrepreneurial activity, families, online markets, science and higher education. Her research has been supported by the National Science Foundation and the Kauffman Foundation, among others, and has been featured by several national media outlets.