McElhaney Hall, 112B (Sociology) Sutton Hall, 352 (Public Health)
Diane Shinberg’s personal website
Diane Shinberg’s scholarship straddles multiple sociological literatures: health and medicine; disabilities; gender; aging and the life course; and social stratification and inequalities. Questions of how social forces shape health and well-being undergird
her work, which includes rigorous application of quantitative methods and multidisciplinary exploration of theoretical, historical and intellectual perspectives.
Shinberg serves as director of IUP’s new Bachelor of Science program in Public Health. After serving as secretary/treasurer, she was recently elected membership
chair of the Disability and Society Section of the American Sociological Association.
Past roles include coordinator of IUP’s Master
of Arts Program in Sociology, and member and chair of IUP’s University-Wide Sabbatical Committee.
SOC 151 Principles of Sociology SOC 348 Sociology of Work SOC 363 Sociology of Gender SOC 442/552 Medical Sociology SOC 452/552 Disability and Society SOC 700 Proseminar SOC 707/807 Scholarly Writing in the Social Sciences SOC 721/821 Sociology of Health Care SOC 762/862 Analysis of Social Data SOC 767/867 Special topics: Survey Research Methods LDRS 800 Proseminar
Dr. Diane Shinberg – Curriculum Vitae