Department of Sociology

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Alumni

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Where are our Graduates now?

2019

  • Vanessa Vernick, PhD Candidate at Queen's University
  • Michelle Gorea, Adjunct Faculty at Yorkville University
  • Derya Güngör, Research Assistant at Queen's University
  • Steven Richardson, Senior Associate at Apoqon Consulting
  • Debra Mackinnon, Post-doctoral fellow at University of Calgary
  • Francesco Campisi, PhD Candidate, Université de Montréal
  • William Hollingshead, PhD Candidate, University of Western
  • Ann-Marie Helou, PhD Candidate, McGill University
  • Jennifer Whitaker, Administrative Coordinator at Humber College

2018

  • Robyn Saaltink, Adjunct Faculty at Queen's University
  • Jennifer Matsunaga, Assistant Professor at University of Ottawa
  • Midori Ogasawara, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Ottawa
  • Rhea Ashley Hoskin, Adjunct Professor at Acadia University and Post-doctoral fellow at Queen's University
  • Frederick Langshaw, Research Assistant at Queen's University
  • Kris Jones, Digital Media Officer & Ministerial Assistant - Communications at Government of Saskatchewan
  • Mejgan Lashkari, English Second Language Teacher at Groupe LDL

2017

  • Ciara Bracken-Roche, SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow & Part-time Professor at the University of Ottawa
  • Santana Stallberg, Court Transcriptionist
  • Jenny Ko, Adult Education Facilitator at The Salvation Army Community Services (Calgary)
  • Habibe Burcu Baba, Adjunct Faculty at Queen's University
  • Rachel Langer, Research Analyst at Phase 5 Consulting Inc.
  • Emily Marshall, Project Coordinator at Holt Renfrew
  • Jade Monaghan, Policy Advisor at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
  • Paige Upton, Client Communications Writer at Sun Life Financial
  • Abigail Curlew, PhD Candidate at Carleton University
  • Megha Rao, PhD Candidate at Western University
  • Brandon Murray, Associate at Search at ML6 Search + Talent Advisory
  • Zina Zaslawski, Research Coordinator at University of Manitoba

2016

  • Isabel Macquarrie, Harvard Law School
  • Davina DesRoches, Assistant Professor, University of Winnipeg
  • Alana Saulnier, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminology, Law & Justice, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Natasha Saltes, SSHRC post-doctoral researcher at the University of Ottawa
  • Sachil Singh, Adjunct Faculty, Queen's University and Postdoctoral Fellow, Ottawa University
  • Lisa Carver, Postdoctoral Fellow, Queen's University
  • Vincenzo Alaimo, Research Analyst at Queen's University, Ubicity
  • Shaina McHardy, PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo
  • Brandon Chung, Articling Student at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG)

 2015

  • Stephen Rose, Adjunct Lecturer, Eastern Michigan University
  • Krystle Maki, Research and Policy Coordinator at Women's Shelters Canada
  • Jeffrey Monaghan, Assistant Professor, Carleton University
  • Mark Vardy, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University
  • Brianna McIlwain - Content Developer at McGraw-Hill Ryerson
  • Natalie Kisielewicz - Reporting and Ad Hoc Analyst, Ministry of Children's Services, Government of Alberta
  • Marlee Keenan - Child Protection Worker, Children's Aid Society of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry
  • Mark Mansour - Professor at Seneca College
  • Alice Verlezza - Adjunct Instructor at Fisher College, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
  • Jessica Salmon - Communications Officer, ALCDSB
  • Colby Pereira - PhD Candidate, McGill University
  • Mark Ramsay - PhD Candidate, Carleton University
  • Melissa  Forcione, PhD Candidate, Queen's University

2014

  • Julie Gregory, Social Justice Project Facilitator, Brock University
  • Ozgun Topak, Assistant Professor, York University
  • Stephen Sheps, Assistant Professor, Ryerson University
  • Julie James, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University
  • Sandra Robinson, Instructor II and Faculty Co-op Adviser, Carleton University
  • Ryan Higgitt, Part-time Instructor, St. Mary's University, Department of Anthropology
  • James Lant - Research Scientist, Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
  • Natalie Bridal-Fisher - Business Development Coordinator, iTel Networks
  • Alexander Marar - Manager, AML Oversight Testing at RBC

2013

  • Jones Adjei, Instructor at Red Deer College
  • Dean Curran, Associate Professor, University of Calgary
  • Christian Rojas Gaspar - Certified Logistics Specialist, Belroc Group Inc.

 2012

  • Jianhua Yao
  • Nick Hardy, Assistant Professor at University of New Brunswick

2011

  • Daniel Trottier, Associate Professor at the Department of Media and Communication of Erasmus University Rotterdam.
  • Andrew Stevens, Associate Professor, University of Regina
  • Hope Hutchins - Project Manager at Statistics Canada
  • Rebecca Pero - Educational Consultant, School of Medicine, Queen's University

2010

  • Steve Bittle. Associate Professor, University of Ottawa
  • Amm Quamruzzaman - Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
  • Nicole Watson - Community Development Officer, Toronto Newcomer Office, City of Toronto
  • Cassandra (Eberhardt) de Bartok - Peer Programs Coordinator at Queen's University

2008

  • Jason Pridmore, Assistant Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication

2007

  • Kim De Wolff - Postdoctoral Scholar, UC San Diego
  • Suzanne Day - Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UNC Chapel Hill
  • Leslie MacRae-Krisa - Research Social Planner, City of Calgary
  • Cagatay Topal - Assistant Professor, Middle East Technical University

    Department of Sociology Alumni

    The majority of our PhD graduates who sought a position in academia have been able to secure tenure track appointments. Others find work in places like the Mental Health Commission of Canada, adjunct instructors, Ontario Provincial Government and a New York City Based Think Tank. PhD graduates in Sociology, from Queen’s are securing rewarding, full-time tenure track positions where they are able to draw upon all of their education, skills, and abilities to contribute to international scholarship and higher education.

    Almost half of the Department’s Master’s graduates have chosen to pursue doctoral studies. Those who have not continued on to doctoral work have secured challenging positions commensurate with their advanced level skills as sociologists in:

    • Research
    • Policy Analysis
    • Policing Analysis
    • Policing and Corrections
    • Marketing
    • Social Justice Advocacy
    • Health Care Administration
    • Teaching

    We are interested in hearing from all former Sociology Students. Please send an email to Wendy Schuler and stay connected with the Queen's Online Community!