Faculty and Staff
Associate Professor of Sociology and Green Dot Task Force Co-Chair
B.A., State University of New York at Plattsburgh; M.A., The Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University
Goodfellow teaches an array of courses including Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems, Sociology of the Family, Women and Gender Issues, Urban Sociology, and Research Methods. Her research has focused on issues of aging, rural homeless services, domestic violence, pedagogy, and issues related to alcohol use and DUI.
Address: Humanities 202
Chair of Sociology and Criminal Justice; Associate Professor of Sociology
B.A., University of Akron; M.A., University of Akron; M.S.W., Temple University
Among her teaching interests are adoption, medical sociology and intercultural communication. Her research interests include the development of a cross-cultural framework for developing intercultural competence in the fields of medicine, business, education, law enforcement, and social work/counseling. Also, she is doing research in culture and re-entry shock that persons experience who spend significant time abroad.
Address: Humanities 202-B
Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice
B.A., Central Michigan University; M.A., University of New Hampshire; Ph.D., University of New Hampshire
Dr. Hanes' teaching and scholarly interests are in the area of criminology and criminal justice. She has worked to integrate teaching, scholarly activities, and community involvement throughout her professional career. Recently, she has been actively engaged in collaborative research with department majors and the Lebanon County District Attorney's Office in order to assess the efficacy of the new DUI Specialty Court.
Address: Humanities 202A
Lecturer in Sociology
B.A., West Georgia College; M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ph.D..
Simpkins teaches Introduction to Anthropology, Race, Minorities, and Discrimination, Introduction to Forensic Evidence, and The Native American Experience. His specialty area is in United States archaeology. His current research interests include ethnohistory, cultural ecology and evolution, and the study of complex systems.
Address: Humanities 201-C
Teaching Fellow in Criminal Justice
Address: Humanities 200
Adjunct Instructor of Sociology
B.A. Lebanon Valley College; M.A., Ohio University
Gibble teaches classes of Introduction to Sociology. After applying his sociological knowledge for 35 years with the PA Department of Public Welfare in various capacities, he uses those experiences to show the relevance of sociology to whatever professional careers students may enter.
Address: Chapel 102
Adjunct Instructor in Sociology
Address: Humanities 201
Address: Humanities 206
Adjunct Instructor in English and Sociology
Theodora Sakellarides teaches Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Gender & Women’s Studies, and Sociology of the Mass Media. Her teaching and research is primarily focused on the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, and class, particularly in relation to issues of identity. She is interested in the connections between social science and narrative, and aims to help her students use their sociological imaginations when encountering a wide variety of texts/media.
Address: Humanities 004
Adjunct Instructor in Psychology
Psy.D., Forest Institute of Professional Psychology
Her primary teaching interests are in clinical and abnormal psychology, addiction studies, and learning & memory. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with experience in Family-based and Substance Abuse therapies and the supervision of clinical trainees. She also owns and practices at Empower the Mind LLC (in Pottsville, PA), where she provides outpatient therapy for various populations and offers continuing education for mental health professionals.
Address: Lynch 285-D
Adjunct Instructor of Physical Therapy
Address: Heilman 115
Administrative Assistant for Sociology, Criminology, and Religion
Address: Humanities 200