Charles F. Hanna, Ph.D.Director: Graduate Center for Social & Public Policy
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
539A College Hall
Education:Ph.D., Sociology, Kent State University, 1978
M.A., Sociology, Kent State University, 1973
B.A., Sociology, University of Pittsburgh, 1972
I came to Duquesne University to teach sociology and research processes of evaluation in 1984 after completing post-doctoral studies at Duke University. I am married and have three children.
I teach and have taught various courses in the Sociology Department and in the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy including the following: Correctional Policy and Practice, Criminology, Social Deviance, Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice, Sociological Theories, Drugs and Society, Person and Society, Survey of Sociology, Sports and Society, and Person and Society.