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About E. Helen (Eddy) Berry

Dr. Berry, Professor of Sociology, Assistant Department Head, and Director of the Undergraduate Program in Sociology, graduated from Buckeye Heaven in 1983, then spent time in a post-doc in Wolverine Purgatory at the Population Studies Center. She became an Aggie in 1984 and has been here through three dogs, three cats, three hamsters, three fish, two kids, one spousal unit, and a mortgage. In spite of all that, she continues to be quite fond of kids, as well as dogs, cats, fish, and spouse, but not of mortgages. She is happy to discuss demography, statistics, methods, or rural sociology with anyone, on any day, except during the Christmas Bird Count.

Positions

Present Director of the Undergraduate Program in Sociology, Utah State University Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology
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Present Professor of Sociology, Utah State University Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology
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Present Assistant Department Head, Utah State University Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology
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Curriculum Vitae


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Honors and Awards

  • 2006 Women and Gender Research Distinguished Professor
  • 2005 Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Korea University, Seoul Korea
  • 2004 Key Note Speaker, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research, Annual Meetings
  • 2003 Belmont II Participant: Drafting of guidelines for Social Science IRBs for National Institutes of Health
  • 2003 Rural Sociological Society Award for Excellence in Instruction
  • 1998 USU Faculty Advisor of the Year, Robins Award1998 USU Faculty Advisor of the Year, Robins Award
  • 1996, 1997 Top Professor, Utah State University Mortar Board
  • 1998 College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences Advisor of the Year
  • 1998, 1994 SSW&A Advisor of the Year
  • 1979 Phi Alpha Theta
  • 1974 Mortar Board
  • 1974 Phi Kappa Ph

Courses

  • Urban Sociology
  • Population and Society
  • Undergraduate Social Statistics
  • Methods of Social Research
  • Introductory Sociology
  • Social Problems
  • Human Ecology
  • Contemporary American Society
  • Social Statistics, Masters Level
  • Social Demography, Masters Level
  • Demographic Techniques and Analysis, Masters Level
  • Advanced Sociological Analysis, Ph.D. Level
  • Population Theories and Policy, Ph.D. Level
  • Advanced Demography, Ph.D. Level


Contact Information

Office Location: Old Main 224J
Phone: (435) 797-1245
Fax: (435) 797 1240

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