McElhaney Hall, 112B (Sociology) Sutton Hall, 352 (Public Health)
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Dr. Diane Shinberg C.V.
Dr. 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.
Dr. Shinberg directs IUP’s multidisciplinary Bachelor of Science program in Bachelor of Science program in public Health. She actively contributes to the service needs of the Department of Sociology and mentors many students across its programs. After serving as secretary/treasurer, she was 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.
Completed dissertations and theses chaired by this faculty member