Dr. Paul McClure’s Applied Sociology course is all about helping sociology students connect classroom ideas to community action. On Thursday, they got to sit down with three local leaders in community building movements and learn more about sociology in action.
Assistant Professor of Sociology 434.544.8617 *protected email* Carnegie 113 Education PhD Sociology – Baylor University, 2018 MA Sociology – Baylor University, 2015 MA Theological Studies – Regent College, 2013 BA Philosophy – Washington & Lee University, 2005 Publications McClure, Paul K. “‘You’re Fired,’ Says the Robot: The Rise of Automation in the Workplace, Technophobes, and […]
An upcoming lecture at Lynchburg will focus on race and the criminal justice system. Paul Butler, a former federal prosecutor turned scholar, will speak Monday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Sydnor Performance Hall. The talk is free and open to the public. Butler is the Albert Brick Professor in Law at Georgetown University Law […]
An astronaut, an attorney, and a descendent of Robert E. Lee will make presentations at University of Lynchburg during the annual Race, Poverty, and Social Justice conference November 3 and 4. The University of Lynchburg Department of Sociology and Human Services and Many Voices, One Community (MVOC) co-host the annual conference, which teaches people techniques […]
After her son was diagnosed with autism, Molly Korte ’03 found a new passion in advocacy. She created Project: Just Like You to give a voice to people with special needs and highlight the hobbies, interests, and talents they share with their peers. The resulting project has turned heads in the Richmond area and around the world.
The online academic journal Religions recently published a paper co-authored by Dr. Sabita Manian, a professor of international relations at LC. Titled “Sensing Hinduism: Lucian-Indian Funeral Feast as Glocalized Ritual,” the paper relates Dr. Manian’s observations from a funerary feast she attended while in St. Lucia for research. One person she interviewed for the research invited her to […]
Students and community members packed Hopwood Auditorium Wednesday night to learn about Virginia’s progress toward “restorative justice.” Virginia leaders hope to help more former inmates participate in society and build better futures for themselves, said guest speaker Levar Stoney, secretary of the commonwealth. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe assigned Stoney to lead Virginia’s efforts to streamline […]
Adjunct Instructor of Sociology *protected email* Experience 2007-present, Adjunct faculty, University of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Va. 2009, Adjunct faculty, Liberty University, Lynchburg, Va. 2008, School Social Worker, Lynchburg City Schools, Lynchburg, Va. 2008, Clinical Coordinator, Central Virginia Community Services, Lynchburg, Va. 1994-2007, School Counselor/School Social Worker: Warren County Special Services School District, Hackettstown, N.J. 1991-2007, Adjunct […]
Associate Professor of Sociology Department Chair of Sociology 434.544.8122 *protected email* Carnegie 111 Experience Fall 2014 – present, Associate Professor, University of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Va. Fall 2008 – Spring 2014, Assistant Professor, University of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Va. Spring 2008, Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Fall 2007, Adjunct Professor, University of North […]
Associate Professor of Sociology Faculty Advisor of the Sociology and Human Services Club 434.544.8534 *protected email* Carnegie 114 Experience 2016 – Present, Associate Professor, Sociology Department, University of Lynchburg 1998 – 2016, Assistant Professor, Sociology Department, University of Lynchburg 1995 – 1998, Adjunct Instructor, Sociology Department, Central Virginia Community College 1996 – 1997, Adjunct Instructor, […]