Chad Sloss

Chad Jamison Sloss , B.A in Sociology, Psychology, and Cultural Anthropology. M.A in Conflict Engagement and Management

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

Chad J. Sloss is a fourth year doctoral student at the University of Cincinnati. He earned his B.A in Sociology, Psychology, and Cultural Anthropology from Antioch College and a M.A in Conflict Engagement and Management from McGregor Midwest. Interests: Sociology of Education, Culture, and Conflict Analysis/Engagement.
Teaching Experience: Intro to Sociology, Social Stratification, Social Problems, Popular Culture, Race and Ethnicity, Managing Race and Racism, Cultural Anthropology, Global Communities, Understanding Conflict in a Changing World, Interpersonal Conflict and Intercultural Conflict.


Invited Presentations

Sloss, Chad (2018. ) “Achieving the American Dream? How College Education Has Decreased Black Homeownership and Wealth-Building Opportunities.” .Niagara University, Niagara, New York. Level:Regional

Sloss, Chad (2018. ) “Inter-racial Cohesive Consciousness: How Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Fred Hampton Became a Threat to Capitalism.” .Birmingham Convention Center, Birmingham, Alabama. Level:Regional

Sloss, Chad (2018. ) “Perceptions of a Post-Racial Society”. Ponitz Center, Sinclair Community College. Level:College