Ann Marie Kinnell
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Ph.D. Indiana University, 1997
Dr. Kinnell’s research focuses on volunteering, service learning, and student civic engagement. Research projects have examined student attitudes towards service-learning courses at USM and (as the director of the undergraduate Nonprofit Studies program) nonprofit organizations’ attitudes towards student internships. Current projects focus on the development of faculty-agency relationships in service-learning courses and the long term impact on students and communities of service learning and other civic engagement programs.
A Study of HIV Prevention and Test Counseling: The Social Organization of Client-Centered Discourse
Conville, Richard, and Kinnell, Ann Marie. 2010. "Relational Elements of Service-Learning: Common Ground for Faculty, Students, and Community Partners." Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 3 (1), 27-40.
Swanson, David A.; Forgette, Rich; Van Boening, Mark; Holley, Cliff; and Kinnell, Ann Marie. 2007. Assessing Katrina’s Demographic and Social Impacts on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences. Vol. 52(4): 228-242.
Kinnell, Ann Marie and Dellinger, Kirsten. 2007. Challenges of Collecting Survey Data on the Mississippi Gulf Coast After Hurricane Katrina: An In-Depth Interview Study of Survey Team Members Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences. Vol. 52 (4): 223-227.
Kinnell, Ann Marie. 2005. University-Community partnerships: Non-Profit Organizations and Academic Service Learning. The American Humanics Journal and Proceedings, Vol. 1 (December: 22-40).
Kinnell, Ann Marie K. 2002. Soliciting client questions in HIV prevention and test counseling. Research on Language and Social Interaction, Vol. 35: 367-393.
SOC 101. Understanding Society
SOC 214. The Family
SOC 333. Sociology Careers Practicum
SOC 450. Social Psychology
SOC 462. Methods of Social Research