Heather Mooney

Heather Mooney

PhD Candidate


 FAB 2244



Heather Mooney

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Race, Gender and Class, Qualitative Methods, Public Sociology, Inequality, Poverty and Mobility, Deviance     


  • M.A. Sociology, Wayne State University, 2009
  • B.A. Sociology, Eastern Michigan University, 2004

Awards and grants

  • Rumble Fellow for Development of Research & Scholarship - 2016/17 and 17/18
    King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship recipient - 2016/17 and 17/18

Courses taught

Introductory Sociology, Introduction to Applied Sociology, Social Problems, Introduction to Society & Health, Food & Society, Culture & Personality, Methods of Social Research, Crime & Justice, Schools & Crime


Other qualifications directly relevant to courses taught

 Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program Certified Instructor