Associate Professor
Degrees:
Expertise: The Family, Social Structure and Processes

Dr. Kenneth Eslinger, associate professor of the department, previously served in the faculties of The Ohio State University and Cleveland State University. Dr. Eslinger received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from The Ohio State University. His courses include Social Problems, Corporate Power and Mass Society, and Urban Sociology. Major research interests lie in areas related to the family and in social structure and processes, which include poverty and infant mortality. Active in national and regional associations, he recently served as the vice-president of the North Central Sociological Association. Dr. Eslinger also serves as an expert witness in the Federal Court case which involved a labor contract for auto workers and health care benefits.