Faculty Fellows


David Jaffee, Professor of Sociology

David JaffeePhone: (904) 620-2463


Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Research interests have include Economic Sociology, Political Economy, Organization Theory, and the Sociology of Higher Education. Jaffee recently launched “The Ports Project” which is a community-based research project aimed at studying the various aspects and implications of a port economy, generally, and the expansion of the Jaxport enterprise, specifically. Jaffee teaches courses in social change/international development, work and organizations, and social and economic crisis.



Robert Thunen, Associate Professor of Anthropology

ThunenPhone: (904) 620-2463


Ph.D., Northwestern University


Primary research interest are the Prehistory and Early History of Northeast Florida.  Archeological excavations have been conducted at Big Talbot Island, the Timucuan Preserve, Black Hammock Island and the Search for Fort Caroline.  Thunen directs the Archeology Lab at the University of North Florida. 




Jay Weinstein, Adjunct Professor of Sociology

weinsteinPhone: (904) 620-2463


Ph.D., University of Illinois

Research interests include Demographic Transition, Social Change, Altruism and Urban Sociology.  In addition to his involvement with the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology, Weinstein teaches classes in quantitative methods, demography, social change, social theory and urban sociology.





Jammie Price, Professor of Sociology Appalachian State University, Editor of the Journal of Applied Social Science

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Ph.D., North Carolina State University

Jammie Price is a Professor of Sociology at AppalachianState University in Boone, North Carolina.   She teaches Introduction to Sociology.  Previously she taught applied sociology, research methods, and data analysis. A dedicated member of the Association of Applied and Clinical Sociology, she serves as editor of the Journal of Applied Social Science and raises two young girls.