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Marsteller Kowalewski
Professor of Sociology

I joined Weber State University in 1995 from the University of Maryland where I completed the Ph.D.  My main teaching and research areas include the Sociology of Family, Gender, and Work as well as Social Psychology and Research Methods. Much of my published research has focused on the relationship between occupational gender segregation and the wage gap between men and women.  Additionally, I have published articles about the use of service-learning and community-based research as teaching tools in sociology classes.  Currently, I am investigating stereotypes of women in specific minority religions.

Teaching is one of my passions. Students are almost always assured an opportunity to engage in lively discussion, debates, and service-learning projects.

In addition to my duties as a faculty member in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, I co-direct WSU's Community Involvement Center located in SU 327.

Campus office: SS Room 126

Office hours: T & Th 9:30 AM; and by appointment


Weber State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Ogden, Utah 84408-1208