Co-Chair, Sustainability Council
I am interested in the cultural, environmental and social factors that influence individual and societal-level health; particularly how the arts, especially music, nature, social justice and inequality affect the health of individuals and their communities.
- Biobehavioral Health - BBH
- Sustainability Council
- University of Maryland, PhD, Sociology, 1995
University Park, PA 16802
Co-Chair, HHD Sustainability Council
- environmental health
- community and public health
- sociology of race, gender, social class inequality
- sociology of work and family
JoAnn Foley has been teaching at the college level since 1994 and has taught classes ranging in size from 5 students to 170 students. The areas that she most loves to teach about revolve around culture, race/gender inequality, and work/family and their macro-level impacts on individual and community health. Her passion is teaching undergraduates; she is always interested in ways to better understand and educate this age group.