My Courses

             SOC 3090 Atheists and Others: Religious Outsiders in the United States

             SOC 4309 Religion in Public Life in the United States 

             SOC 3701 Social Theory

             SOC 8735 Central Problems in the Sociology of Culture

             SOC 8790 Religion and Society


Support Services For Students At The University Of Minnesota

The Mental Health Clinic at Boynton Health Service is available to those who have paid the Student Services Fee, providing phone and walk-in assessment on an urgent basis, as well as scheduled medication evaluations and management, chemical health assessment and counseling, and individual, couples, and group therapy.  Additional resources for the management of stress are available through the Health Promotion Department at Boynton Health Service.

Cedar Lake Trail, Fall 2015, P.E.

Cedar Lake Trail, Fall 2015, P.E.

University Counseling & Consulting Services provides confidential counseling programs with professional counselors who can help students address academic stresses, personal and relationship concerns, or feelings of anxiety or depression.  Walk in counseling is available as is consultation for faculty and staff who are concerned about a student. Disability Services provides assistance with academic accommodations for students with diagnosed, severe, and persistent mental health conditions.

The Writing Center provides free writing instruction for all University of Minnesota students – graduate and undergraduate – at all stages of the writing process, through one-on-one sessions with trained writing teachers.  Contact information:  306B Lind Hall, 625-1893.