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Anderson, Cynthia

Burmeister, Larry

Castellano, Ursula

Faust, Kelly

Hatch, Laurie Russell

Henderson, Debra A.

Hoffman, Bruce

Kaufman, Nicole

Lee, Elizabeth M.

Li, Jieli

Mattley, Christine

Morgan, Charlie V.

Scanlan, Stephen J.

Thorne, Deborah

Vander Ven, Thomas

Welser, Howard T.


Bukky, Molly

Chapman, Kelli

Collins, Rebecca

Deb, Nikhil

Roberson, Roberta

Sauvage, Katlyn

Tufail, Aisha

Vaughan, Staci


Kuhre, Bruce

Myers, Lena

Schwartz, Martin

Shamblin, Don

Shelly, Robert

Dr. Laurie Russell Hatch

Laurie Russell Hatch

Professor and Associate Dean for Students, Instruction and Curriculum in the College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D.: University of Washington, 1986

Contact Information:
Office: Wilson Hall, Second Floor
Phone: (740) 593-2848

Curriculum Vitae

Areas of Specialization:
Aging and the Life Course; Intergenerational Relationships; Gender; Social Inequalities; Sociology of Education; Teaching & Learning; Educational Assessment

Courses Taught:
Soc 4000: Emergent Sociological Theory
Soc 6910: Seminar in Teaching

Courses taught previously:
Undergraduate courses: Aging, Inequality, & Society; Contemporary Sociological Theory; Dimensions of Aging; Families; Introduction to Sociology; Social Inequalities; Social Interaction; Sociology Writing Course; Women & Men in Society; Honors 101: The Self & Others

Graduate courses:
Aging, Inequality, & Society; Dimensions of Aging; Topics in Social Psychology: Microsociology; Gender & Aging; Linking Work & Family; Social Inequalities & Social Psychology; Seminar in Teaching Sociology; Preparing Future Faculty

Selected Publications:
Laurie Russell Hatch and Jon Hendricks.  2010. “Aging and the Life Course, Under the Lifestyle Umbrella.”  Pp. 106-128 in Aging in America: Psychological, Physical, and Social Issues, edited by John C. Cavanaugh and Christine K. Cavanaugh.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Alicia Webb, Tenzin Wangmo, Heidi H. Ewen, Pamela B. Teaster, and Laurie Russell Hatch.  2009. “Peer and Faculty Mentoring for Students Pursuing a Ph.D. in Gerontology.” Educational Gerontology 35: 1089-1106.

Tenzin Wangmo, Heidi H. Ewen, Alicia Webb, Pamela B. Teaster, and Laurie Russell Hatch.  2009.  “Mentoring in Gerontology Doctoral Education: The Role of Elders in Mentoring Gerontologists.”  Journal of Gerontology & Geriatrics Education 1: 47-60.

Jon Hendricks and Laurie Russell Hatch.   2008.  “Theorizing Lifestyle: Exploring Structure and Agency in the Life Course.”  Pp. 435-454 in Handbook of Theories of Aging, edited by Vern Bengtson, Merril Silverstein, Norella Putney, and Daphna Gans.  New York: Springer.

Laurie Russell Hatch and Carey Ruiz. 2008.  "A Learner-Based Approach to Teach About Racism." In Teaching Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education: Perspectives from North America, edited by Emily Horowitz. Birmingham, UK: The Higher Education Academy Network / University of Birmingham, UK Center for the Study of Sociology, Anthropology, and Politics.

Jon Hendricks and Laurie Russell Hatch. 2006. "Lifestyle and Aging." Pp. 301-319 in Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences, 6th ed., edited by Robert H. Binstock and Linda K. George. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Laurie Russell Hatch. 2005. "Gender and Ageism." Generations 29(3): 19-24.

Laurie Russell Hatch and Kris Bulcroft. 2004. "Does Long-Term Marriage Bring Less Frequent Disagreements? Five Explanatory Frameworks." Journal of Family Issues 25(4):465-495.

Laurie Russell Hatch. 2000. Beyond Gender Differences: Adaptation to Aging in Life Course Perspective. Amityville, NY: Baywood (268 pp.).

Laurie Russell Hatch. 2000. "American Families." In Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd ed., edited by Edgar F. Borgatta and Rhonda J.V. Montgomery. New York: MacMillan.


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