Dr. Jonathan Cox is an assistant professor in the department of sociology at the University of Central Florida. Primarily, Dr. Cox is a race scholar, particularly interested in racial and ethnic identities and racial ideologies. He also has interests in social psychology and the experiences of college students.
Dr. Cox is a proud graduate of Hampton University, with a Master’s degree in student affairs from Penn State, and a Master’s and PhD in sociology from the University of Maryland. Dr. Cox has a background in higher education, previously working in multicultural affairs.
Racial and Ethnic Identities
Critical Race Theory
Experiences of College Students
SYD 3772.0W59 – Race & Social Media – Online Course
SYO 6256.0001 – Inequality and Education – Mon 3:00-5:50 – Main Campus
By appointment only
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