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Dr. Rachelle J. Brunn-Bevel

Assistant Professor of Sociology & Anthropology
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 210
p: x2813


Current Research Interests

Dr. Brunn-Bevel’s research examines how students’ race, ethnicity, class, gender, and immigrant status intersect to influence their educational experiences and outcomes. Her work has focused primarily on the experiences of students attending selective colleges and universities. Brunn-Bevel has also studied racial-ethnic disparities in standardized test scores among K-12 students and the unique experiences of female faculty members.

Courses Taught

  1. BL 398: Independent Study
  2. SO 11: Introduction to Sociology
  3. SO 011: Introduction to Sociology
  4. SO 162: Race Gender & Ethnic Relations
  5. SO 0162: Race
  6. SO 162: Race Gender & Ethnic Relations
  7. SO 165: Race, Cities, and Poverty
  8. SO 194: Sociology of Education
  9. SO 399: Independent Research

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