Keri Diggins

Keri Diggins
Resident Faculty
keri.diggins@scottsdalecc.edu
Building
Social Behavioral Sciences East Building
Room
SBE-125
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Biography

Bio

I’m Keri Diggins, a full-time residential Sociology faculty member here at SCC.  I teach the required and optional Sociology courses for the Associate in Arts (AA), Emphasis in Sociology degree.

I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Sociology in 1995 (with a minor in Deviance and Social Control) from Framingham State College, now Framingham State University.  I earned my Master's Degree in Sociology from Boston College in 1998. My Master's Thesis title was “The Testimony of Worcester’s ‘Knowledgeable Insiders’: Gang Life Seen From the Inside.” 

I began my college teaching career in 1998, but started teaching at SCC in 2004. Prior to becoming an Artichoke, I taught at Eastern Connecticut State University, Central Connecticut State University, Framingham State College, Worcester State College, Naugatuck Valley Community Technical College, Quinsigamond Community College, and the University of Hartford. 

I am originally from Massachusetts. I am a die-hard New England sports fan, especially the Boston Red Sox. In fact, my dog's name is Fenway.

If you have any questions about sociology and the courses I offer, please contact me at keri.diggins@scottsdalecc.edu

Courses

Fall 2022

SOC101
32042
Introduction to Sociology
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SOC101
32078
Introduction to Sociology
-
SOC101
32610
Introduction to Sociology
-
SOC212
32044
Gender and Society
-
SOC212
34839
Gender and Society
-
SOC241
32235
Race and Ethnic Relations
-

Spring 2023

SOC101
25240
Introduction to Sociology
-
SOC101
25306
Introduction to Sociology
-
SOC101
25999
Introduction to Sociology
-
SOC110
25783
Drugs & Society
-
SOC212
25926
Gender and Society
-
SOC212
26228
Gender and Society
-
SOC241
25782
Race and Ethnic Relations
-
SOC241
26068
Race and Ethnic Relations
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