Dr. Redmond completed her doctoral work in sociology at Indiana University Bloomington. Dr. Redmond’s research is positioned at the intersection of family and medical sociology. In her research, she uses qualitative and quantitative research methods to answer questions about mid-stage family stressors and mental health outcomes among parents and their adult children.
Dr. Redmond teaches Individual and Society, Introduction to Sociology, Medical Sociology, and Sociology of Mental Health and Illness. Students in Introduction to Sociology can expect each unit of the course to begin with an active learning exercise using qualitative cases, simulations, or social science data. Students in Dr. Redmond’s upper-level courses can expect to read, analyze, and discuss interesting quantitative and qualitative sociology articles.
Fall 2014 Classes:
Introduction to Sociology SOC 133
Sociology of Mental Health and Illness SOC 347
Summer 2014 Classes:
Social Inequality SOC 337