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Cheryl Carpenter-Siegel

Assistant Professor of Sociology

B.A., Cardinal Stritch College

M.A., Marquette University
Ph.D., Syracuse University

Programs: Sociology

Cheryl Carpenter-Siegel is an assistant professor of Sociology at St. Norbert College. She teaches the following courses regularly: Introduction to Sociology, Deviance and Criminology, Sociology of the Gang, Social Inequalities and Corrections in American Society.

Cheryl's most current research focuses on race, class, gender and charity in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century United States.

SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 122 Deviance and Criminology
SOCI 228 Corrections in American Society
SOCI 380 Sociology of the Gang
GENS 408 Social Inequalities

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