Teaching Sociology and Religion
2018. “Online Teaching of Public Health and Spirituality at University of Illinois: Chaplains for the Twenty-First Century” with Kathryn Lyndes and George Fitchett. In Why Religion and Spirituality Matter for Public Health: Evidence, Implications, and Resources. Edited by Doug Oman. p. 435-444.
2017. “Teaching Inter-religious Encounters: Perspectives from a Case Study Initiative” with Emily Sigalow. In Teaching Inter-Religious Encounters. Edited by Marc Pugliese and Alexander Hwang. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2016. “Where are you organizationally situated? Views from here” with Rebecca Barton. Critical Research on Religion.
2015. “Assessing Learning in a Sociology Department: What Do Students Say That They Learn?” with Julia Bandini, David Cunningham and Sara Shostak. Assessment and Evauation in Higher Education.
2010. “Teaching Graduate and Undergraduate Research Methods: A Multi-Pronged Departmental Initiative” with Sara Shostak, Jennifer Girouard, and David Cunningham. Teaching Sociology 38(2): 93-105.
2002. “Conceptualizing Your Community-Based Learning Project: Decision Points for the Initial Stages of Project Design.” With Marion Carter, Estella Rivero, and Sara Curran. Teaching Sociology. 30 (April): 158-173.