Dr. Mark Horowitz has been a member of the Behavioral Science faculty since 2007. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Kansas. Dr. Horowitz’s teaching and research interests include social theory, globalization, and the U.S.-Mexico border region.
Dr. Horowitz has published in the Journal of Borderlands Studies and Critical Sociology. His research on business ethics and maquiladora workers’ experience has been presented at a number of professional conferences.
Dr. Horowitz teaches a variety of courses at the graduate and undergraduate level, including Social Theory, Mass Communication and Culture, Globalization, and the Sociology of Work.
Ph.D. from The University of Kansas
M.A. from The University of Kansas
B.A. from Clark University
CV/VITAE: Horowitz Vitae
Pro-Seminar on Sociological Theory
Seminar on Globalization
Mass Communication and Culture
Sociology of Work and Occupations
Self and Society
Area of Specialty and Responsibility:
U.S.-Mexico Border region
Assistant Professor of Sociology, New Mexico State University