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Susan Stein-Roggenbuck

Susan  Stein-Roggenbuck
  • Associate Professor
  • Faculty
  • Case Hall Room S372
  • 842 Chestnut Rd
  • East Lansing, MI 48825
  • 517-884-1295

BIOGRAPHY

Associate Professor
Ph.D., American and Women’s History, Michigan State University

Professor Stein-Roggenbuck’s research focuses on the history of American social policy. Her book, Negotiating Relief: The Development of Social Welfare Programs in Depression-Era Michigan, 1930-1940, was published in 2008 (Ohio State University Press). She has published articles in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Social Service Review, and the Journal of Policy History. Her current book project focuses on family responsibility and parent dependency, analyzing policies that seek to encourage or require adult children to support aging parents. She was a fellow in the Walter and Pauline Adams Academy for Instructional Excellence and Innovation in 2008-2009. She also was a recipient of the American Association for University Women Dissertation Fellowship. She teaches in the first-year program (MC 111 and MC 202), Social Policy (MC 380), Sexual Politics (MC 388), and Immigrants,Minorities and American Pluralism (MC 281). She also teaches a senior seminar (MC 498) on US health care and policy.


NEWS

Susan Stein-Roggenbuck's book "Negotiating Relief: The Development of Social Welfare Programs in Depression-Era Michigan, 1930-1940" was published in August 2008 by The Ohio State University Press.

Susan Stein-Roggenbuck is among the first group of fifteen fellows in a new MSU initiative, the Walter and Pauline Adams Academy for Instructional Excellence and Innovation. The initiative provides a cross-disciplinary cohort of instructors with opportunities to further their development as excellent teachers whose instructional decisions are rooted in the robust research literature on effective teaching and learning.