faculty office hours

Social Science and Media Studies Building room, 3312
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3417
Sabbatical Leave Fall
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3010
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3131
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3316
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3413
TBD
Social Studies and Media Science Bldg. rm. 3123
Not teaching F16
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg rm. 3126
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3012
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3016
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3405
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3310
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3014
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3018
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3419 and 3109 (chair's office)
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3024
Sabbatical Leave
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 2107
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3004
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3127
Sabbatical Leave
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3410
TR 2:00-3:00
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3314
Sabbatical Leave Fall
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3125
TBA
South Hall 3704
On Leave
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3008
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3421
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3415
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg. 3423
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 2113
TBD
Social Science and Media Studies Building room, 3409
TBD https://www.wejoinin.com/zluna@soc.ucsb.edu
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3129
Sabbatical Leave Fall
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3022
TBD
3407 Social Sciences & Media Studies Bldg
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3020
Leave
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3006
TBA
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 2115
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3308
TBD
Social Sciences and Media Studies Bldg 3318
Sabbatical Leave Fall

Faculty Spotlight

Sarah Th├ębaud (PhD Cornell, 2010) has long been interested in studying why gender inequalities persist in our modern economy.  Her research relies on a diverse array of methodological approaches, including experiments, large scale surveys, and in-depth interviews, to identify social psychological and macro-institutional sources of inequality. Her recent publications and current projects examine how factors such as cultural biases and social policies affect gender inequalities in entrepreneurial activity, families, online markets, science and higher education. Her research has been supported by the National Science Foundation and the Kauffman Foundation, among others, and has been featured by several national media outlets.