Anthonette Gibson

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Adjunct Professor of Sociology


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Miscellaneous Information:


  Introduction to Sociology
  Majority-Minority Relations
  Understanding Race, Ethnicity, and Gender

As a native of Washington, D.C., Anthonette Gibson joined LUJ in 2012 as an adjunct faculty teaching sociology and anthropology courses. Anthonette holds a Ph.D in Sociology from Howard University which is a private, doctoral and research extensive university in Washington, D.C. She also holds a Master Degree in Organizational Communications from Bowie State University in Maryland. Anthonette has conducted research and published in the areas of aging in Japan, globalization, health disparities, child labor policy, Social Responsible Investing (SRI) or Sustainable Investing and social inequality. 

Outside of academia, Anthonette recruited for a congressionally mandated study on child abuse and neglect with a U.S. social science research firm. Her professional experience also includes having served as a Research Associate and Project Director for the federally funded 'DC-Baltimore Center for Childhood Health Disparities' in the Department of Pediatrics at the Howard University School of Medicine. Prior to that, Anthonette was employed with the U.S. Federal Government, specifically for the Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Peace Corps. 

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