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Sara  Green

Sara Green

Sara Green
Associate Professor


Office: CPR 224
Phone: (813) 974 2452
Fax: (813) 974 6455



Dr. Green has interdisciplinary research and teaching interests that center on the global experience of health, illness and disability across the life course. She is particularly interested in care giver/care recipient relationships. She is the author of numerous book chapters and articles in journals including: Sociological Inquiry, The Clinical Gerontologist, Journal of Loss and Trauma, Sociology of Health and Illness, International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Social Science and Medicine, Health Sociology Review and Disability Studies Quarterly. She holds undergraduate degrees in Sociology and Education and graduate degrees in Sociology. In addition to directing the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Program at USF, she is a faculty member in the Department of Sociology and is affiliated with the Institute on Aging, the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities, and the Department of Women and Gender Studies.


Ph.D.,Tulane University, 1994

Graduate Students

Douglas Engelman, Melinda Maconi, Melissa Welch

Justine Egner

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
13308SYA 4949001Sociological Internship
S-U only/Instructor Permission Required/ Only students who have completed SYO 4430

TBA 100
11624SYA 6305001Methods of Research
Undergraduate degree is required for enrollment.

CPR 119
16019SYA 6909001Independent Study

24828SYA 7980008Doctoral Dissertation