Spotlight on SOTL - Dr. Julianne Weinzimmer

Every Thursday we will highlight Wright State faculty who have contributed to SOTL research

Julianne Weinzimmer is Associate Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology/Anthropology. Her areas of specialization include social stratification and inequality, race and ethnicity, gender, sexuality, qualitative methods and sociological theory. She also does research on teaching within sociology. Julianne is the proud recipient of the 2014 Faculty Diversity Advocate Award from the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement at WSU. She is also mother to Matilda and Orion as well as three cats and one hyper dog. She and her partner, Scott (a professor of english writing), live in Washington Township, where they enjoy hiking in the nature park behind their house.

Please visit Julianne Weinzimmer's CORE Scholar page to view some of her selected works in the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning.

You can visit the collected SOTL works of Wright State faculty on the CORE Scholar SOTL page

If you are Wright State faculty and would like to participate in this project, please visit our call for submissions blog post with more details on how to submit.