Linda M. Waldron | Curriculum Vita
Assistant Professor
Sociology and Anthropology
757-594-8722 |

Areas of Expertise
Childhood and youth studies, youth and violence, violence in schools and school safety programs, zero tolerance and discipline policies, inequality and education, media studies (TV, film and documentary analysis), and TV and radio news writing/producing.

Ph.D. Sociology, Syracuse University, 2002
M.A. Television/Radio/Film, Syracuse University, 1999
Graduate Women’s Studies Certificate, Syracuse University, 1998
M.A. Sociology, Syracuse University, 1997
B.A. Sociology and Political Science, Bloomsburg University, 1994

American Dissertation Fellowship, American Association of University Women (2001/2002)
Doctoral Prize for Graduate Teaching, Syracuse University (2002)
Mass Media Fellowship, American Association for the Advancement of Science/Foundation for Child Development (2001)
Association for Women in Communication, National Clarion Award, Best Women’s Issue Radio, to “Women’s Voices” staff (2000) (2002)

The Institute on Popular Culture and Education
Working Class Academics
American Sociological Association
American Association of University Women