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Cheryl Judice

Cheryl Judice

Adjunct Faculty, SESP Undergraduate Program
Adjunct Faculty, Master of Science in Education Program
Associate Director, Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate


Biography

Cheryl Y. Judice holds a PhD in sociology from Northwestern University, where she is a practicum instructor in Human Development and Psychological Services within the School of Education and  Social Policy. She has taught sociology, social psychology and African American studies at Lake Forest College, Northeastern Illinois University and Northwestern University. Her research focuses on the intersections of race, class and gender. Her book, Interracial Marriages Between Black Women and White Men, was published in December 2008. Prior to her current position at Northwestern, she was the director of a community-based adult educational organization in Evanston, Illinois, and she has served or continues to volunteer on numerous Illinois state and local boards concerned with cultural diversity and inclusion.

Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
2005 PhD, Sociology Northwestern University

Research Interests

Marriage and the family, interracial relationships and marriages.

Teaching/Advising

Courses

SESP 386

Practicum in Human Development - HDPS HDPS Section

SESP 387

Practicum in Human Development: Learning & Organizational Change LOC Section

SESP 388

Practicum in Human Development: Social Policy Social Policy Section



Last Updated: 2016-06-22 13:08:15