Karen Monique Gregg | Department of Sociology

Karen Monique Gregg

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Senior Lecturer and Teaching Assistant/Teaching Fellow Coordinator
Sycamore 288V
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Sociology of Religion, Social Psychology, & Gender Studies

Education: Ph.D., 2012, University of Notre Dame

Biography: Dr. Karen Monique Gregg started at UNT in 2019 as a Lecturer and has since been promoted to Senior Lecturer. She studies the sociology of religion, social psychology, and gender. Working with other scholars at Notre Dame, she published an article in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion Research entitled "Generating Trust in Congregations: Engagement, Exchange, and Social Networks" (2014) and published a chapter in an edited volume entitled Women, Religion and Leadership: Female Saints as Unexpected Leaders (Routledge, 2018). Dr. Gregg enjoys teaching in-person and online courses.

Courses: Dr. Gregg teaches many Sociology courses for UNT, including Marriage and Family, the Sociology of Religion, the Sociology of Sexualities, Social Problems, and the Sociology of Sport, the latter of which is her favorite.

Service Roles and Awards:
Spent 2020-2022 converting Sociology courses for the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree completion program, which allows adults from all over the world to finish their degrees at UNT

Sociology Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Sociology Teaching Assistant and Teaching Fellow Coordinator

Helps graduate students with their first experiences teaching online

Nominated for the Best Online Course Award for her course on the Sociology of Sexualities (2022)