Chinyere Osuji

Chinyere Osuji teaches courses in Intro to Sociology and Race in Latin America.  Her research examines issues related to multiracial families, race in Brazil, comparing race in the United States and Latin America, and immigrant rights and mobilizations.

Michael Hayes

Michael Hayes teaches the courses Foundations of Policy Analysis and Financial Management of Public Programs.  His research is in the field of public budgeting and finance, focusing primarily on the impact of tax and expenditures limitations on urban school districts. His additional research in the field of education policy focuses on summer learning loss, and … Continue reading Michael Hayes

Richard Epstein

Richard Epstein regularly teaches the courses Introduction to Language; Modern American Grammar; History of the English Language; Language, Power, and Politics; and Language, Class, and Culture.  His research examines the semantics, pragmatics and discourse structures of English, medieval French, and Tiipay (a Native American language spoken in San Diego county and Baja California, also known … Continue reading Richard Epstein