Regina Nixon, PhD

Instructor
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Why I Chose This Profession: Although my background is in Sociology, I desired to be in a practice, educational environment where I could teach, conduct research, and share my expertise in the classroom and in the community.

Biosketch
Curriculum Vitae

Teaching Information

Courses Taught

SRCH 426. Introduction to Social Research
SSBT 540. Theories of Groups, Organizations, Communities, and Social Class
SSBT 584. Diversity, Discrimination, and Oppression
SASS 426. Research Methods
SASS 523. Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation

Research Information

Research Interests

  • Design and management of community-based evaluation projects
  • Neighborhood leadership development
  • Building community capacity
  • Diversity

Education

Doctor of Philosophy
Howard University
Master of Arts
Howard University
Bachelor of Arts
Case Western Reserve University

Additional Information

Concentration:

  • Community Practice for Social Change
  • Undergraduate Minor in Social Work