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Delivery: A mix of daytime, evening, Saturday, and online courses.
Start: Fall or Spring Semester, Summer Session, Full- or Part-Time.

    Program Faculty

  • Corey Culver
    Faculty
    Sociology
  • Experience: Mr. Cunnien has over 15 years teaching as a college Sociologyinstructor. He has served on numerous committees throughout his graduate andprofessional career. And he has graduate training in educationaltechnologies. He engaged in multiple research projects and served on thegraduate editorial board for Context Magazine. A magazine published by theAmerican Sociological Association. He consistently seeks out new research onteaching and engages in professional development opportunities.
    Education: MASTERS OF ARTS, SOCIOLOGY - UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA – TWIN CITIES Concentration: Democracy and Citizenship; BACHELOR OF ARTS, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA – TWIN CITIES Majors: Sociology & Political Science Minor: Philosophy; ASSOCIATE OF ARTS, CENTURY COLLEGE – WHITE BEAR LAKE, MN Major: General Education
    Hobbies: Spending time with family, reading, playing guitar, getting outside
    Keith Cunnien
    Faculty
    Bio
    Sociology
  • Experience: Susannah Dolance grew up in Dallas, Texas and discovered her passion for Sociology early in her undergraduate studies at Texas Tech University, where she earned a BA in Sociology in 1997. She earned her Master’s degree and PhD in Sociology at the University of Michigan. In 2004, Susannah moved from Michigan to Minnesota in order to teach Sociology and Gender Studies full-time at Century College. Her areas of interest are gender, sexuality, race, education, and social change. She lives with her partner in Northeast Minneapolis, where in her free time, she enjoys reading (especially fantasy and science fiction), biking, and cooking and eating good food.
    Teaching Approach: See bio above
    Education: BA, Sociology, Texas Tech University; MA & PhD, Sociology, University of Michigan
    Hobbies: See bio above
    Susannah Dolance
    Faculty
    Bio
    Sociology
  • Experience: Dr. Engelen-Eigles has been teaching at the college level for over 25 years. Prior to joining the faculty at Century in 2004, she taught at the University of St. Katherine, St. Olaf College, and the University of Minnesota. From 2013-2015, she co-directed the task force that designed a comprehensive Honors Program for the College and brought it to the eve of implementation. Dr. Engelen-Eigles has extensive experience teaching online and blended courses, and currently mentors other faculty in online teaching strategies.
    Teaching Approach: “I believe every student benefits from exposure to a broad range of ideas–in terms of subject matter as well as viewpoints. It is my hope that students leave my classes feeling like they have been challenged to think in new ways, to question taken-for-granted knowledge about the world around them, and to not just state–but to support–their arguments in discussions and essays.”
    Education: Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Minnesota; MS in Consumer Studies, Virginia Tech; Graduate Certificate in European Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles; BA in Studio Art, Wesleyan University.
    Notable: 2011-2012 Fulbright Research Scholar, Seoul, Korea “Women with Disabilities in Korea: Experiences with Health Care”; “Why Honors is a Hard Sell in the Community College” (with Jan Milner), published in the Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Fall/Winter 2014, Volume 15, Number 2, https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nchcjournal/437/.
    Hobbies: Learning languages, fitness, water sports
    Debbie Engelen-Eigles
    Faculty
    Bio
    Sociology
  • Kirsten Lindbloom
    Faculty
    Sociology