Greg Sanders

Greg Sanders

Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Social Work, & Criminal Justice

Year Started at GU: 1991
Phone: 618.664.6817
Office Hours:

Wed-Fri, 11 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Mon-Wed-Fri, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., and by appointment

Areas of Responsibility:

Teaching in the traditional program for sociology, social work, and criminal justice. Overseeing those three programs, advising, teaching in the OL adult degree completion program.


PhD. in Sociology, Western Michigan University, 1995
M.A. in Sociology, Western Michigan University, 1987
B.A. in Music & Psychology, Greenville College, 1980


Soc 101 - Principles of Sociology
Soc 103 - Social Problems
Soc 170, 270, 370 - Professional Seminars 1, 2 and 3
Soc 202 - Statistics
Soc 210 - Research Methods
Soc 301 - Marriage & Family
Soc 360 - Sociology of Cities
Soc 376 - Criminal Law
Soc 380 - Social Theory

NSO Surveys & Analysis, 2005-2013

Publications and Presentations

Freshman Year Experience / NSO 
Surveys: Effects on Retention

Professional Affiliations

Adoption of Technology in Digital Technology, co-author & co-presenter

ISA - Illinois Sociological Association

Full-time Instructor

Department Chairperson

Pastor of the Pocahontas Baptist Church

Musician in the Nice & Easy Band

Related Experiences

Instructor at, Hillsdale College
Part-time Instructor, Western Michigan University
Part-time Instructor, Spring Harbor M.H.R. program
Part-time Instructor, Greenville College GOAL Program 

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