Haley McInnis

Course Title: Exploring Youth Subculture: A Sociological Perspective

Haley McInnis is a Ph.D. student of Sociology at the University of California, San Diego. She serves as the graduate student representative on the Sociology's Graduate Program Committee and Graduate Community Council, as well as on the Academic Freedom Committee of UC San Diego.

  • BS in Psychology, Arizona State University
  • BS in Sociology, Arizona State University
  • MA in Sociology, University of California, San Diego
  • Ph.D. in Sociology, University of California, San Diego (in process)
  • Teaching Assistant, Dr. Whitney Hansen, Physiological Psychology, Arizona State University, January – December 2012
  • Reader, Dr. Jeffrey Haydu, Sociology of Food, UC San Diego, October – December 2014
  • Reader, Dr. David FitzGerald, Immigration, Race and Ethnicity, UC San Diego, January – March 2015
  • Reader, Dr. Charles Thorpe, Science and War, UC San Diego, April – June 2015
  • Teaching Assistant, Warren College Writing Program, UC San Diego, September 2015 – June 2016
  • “Religious Faith and an environmentally sustainable lifestyle: Is there really a connection?”, Panel Session, Sociology Graduate Student Conference, University of California, San Diego, May 23: San Diego, CA
  • “Religious Faith and an environmentally sustainable lifestyle: Is there really a connection?”, Moderated Round Table, American Sociological Association Conference, August 16-19, 2014: San Francisco, CA.

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