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About Nancy A. Heitzeg

Dr. Nancy A. Heitzeg is a Professor of Sociology & Co-Director of the Critical Studies of Race/Ethnicity Program. Professor Heitzeg writes & presents widely on issues of race, class, gender, & social control with attention to the school to prison pipeline & the prison industrial complex.

Professor Heitzeg is co- editor of an on-line series, Criminal InJustice, which is devoted to encouraging public education & action on issues of mass incarceration.

Positions

Present Professor, Chair of Sociology, Co-Director of Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity, St. Catherine University School of Humanities, Arts and Sciences
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Honors and Awards

  • St. Catherine University. (2013). Denny Award to support Confronting the Prison Industrial Complex Phase II: A Campus and Community Collaboration
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice. (2012). Invited Presenter - “The School-to Prison Pipeline: The Role of Police, Courts and Schools"
  • St. Catherine University. (2010). Anne Joachim Moore Lectureship
  • AAC&U. (2010). Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity, featured as Model Diversity Curriculum in More Reasons for Hope, AAC&U
  • Oxford Round Table. (2008 & 2009). Invited Presenter
  • St. Catherine University. (2005). Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching and Advising Nominee
  • St. Catherine University. (1998). Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching and Advising

Education

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1987 PhD, Sociology, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
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1979 Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
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Contact Information

St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

651-690-8806

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Recent Presentations (10)

Recent Publications (27)