Lecturer AY-B, Sociology & Interdisc Soc Sci
Preferred: (408) 924-5326
Mon/Weds 11:00 am - 12:00 pm; 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm (until May 15th)
For course syllabi and assignment information, please visit the class Canvas page.
- Master of Arts, San Jose State University, 1998
Chris J. Cox recieved his MA in Sociology from San Jose State University in 1998.
His research interests include social problems, social stratification, and global
sociology. His experience in education includes teaching social sciences at the community
college and universty levels. He teaches general education and select upper division
courses for the department of Sociology, in addition to introductory courses for the
new Global Studies program at SJSU. He also teaches service learning courses in conjunction
with the Community Change concentration housed in the Sociology department. Mr. Cox
has led national and international service learning experiences (to the Southwestern
U.S. and El Salvador)with student groups in a service learning program at SJSU. In
2004, he won the GOLD award (Graduate of the Last Decade) for the College of Social
Sciences for his pioneering work in service learning at SJSU.