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Faculty

Jan Rezek

Janis Rezek, Ph.D.
Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology
Janis.Rezek@mail.wvu.edu

Courses taught: Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Anthropology, Women & Men in Society, Social Problems in Contemporary Society, Social Stratification and Power, Family and Society, Ethnic Groups, Appalachian Culture, Women of Appalachia, Sociology of Work and Work Places, World Religions, and Present Day Slavery

My interests are gender issues and sociology of women.

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George Coroian, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
George.Coroian@mail.wvu.edu

Fahad Gill

Fahad Gill, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Economics
Fahad.Gill@mail.wvu.edu

Courses Taught: Intermediate Microeconomics, Money and Banking, Principles of Microeconomics and Principles of Macroeconomics.

My research interests include labor economics, development economics and financial economics. I am particularly interested in themes of earnings of minorities and economic growth. I am also interested in developing predictive models that can be used to trade commodities and financial assets.

Roger Jefferys, M.S.
Visiting Instructor of Forensic Investigations
rjeffery@mail.wvu.edu

Galan Janeksela

Galan “Lanny” Janeksela, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology 
Galan.Janeksela@mail.wvu.edu

Courses taught: Survey of Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, Corrections Counseling, Community Based Corrections, Law Enforcement Administration, Principles of Sociology, Social Problems, Criminology, and Social Research Methods

My interests are juvenile delinquency, juvenile justice, college and career readiness, and higher education issues.

Andrea Kent

Andrea Kent, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Andrea.Kent@mail.wvu.edu

Courses Taught: American Government, Global Issues, State & Local Government, International Relations, American Constitutional Law, Comparative Government, Public Administration and Terrorism & National Security.

My interests are in the institutional constraints on comparative political behavior. Specifically, I want to know why citizens think and act the way they do, and how governments can influence these behaviors.

Amanda McCarty, M.B.A.
Assistant Professor of Health Services Administration
aemccarty@mail.wvu.edu

Thomas McGraw

Thomas McGraw, M.H.A.
Associate Professor of Health Services Administration
Thomas.McGraw@mail.wvu.edu

Courses taught: Collective Bargaining, Fundamentals of Health Care Administration, Health Care Planning, Health Law and Legislation, Illness and Health Care, Introduction to Health Care Organizations, Introduction to Welfare, Long Term Care Administration, Medical Ethics, and Principles of Micro Healthcare Finance

My interests are health care access and delivery.

Andrew Wheeler

Andrew Wheeler, M.F.S.
Associate Professor of Forensic Investigations
Andrew.Wheeler@mail.wvu.edu

My interests are incident reconstruction, staged scenes, and investigator perception.




Staff

Natalie Pollastrini

Natalie Pollastrini
Administrative Secretary, Senior
Natalie.Pollastrini@mail.wvu.edu