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Cheryl Hartman

Cheryl Hartman

Senior Lecturer



Phone: (605) 274-9562


Teaching Interests:

Social class<br>Deviance<br>Partner and Domestic Violence<br>Culture<br>Courtship and Marriage<br>Family<br>Sociological Theories<br>Criminology<br>Race<br>Gender

Research Interests:

Social class and inequality<br>Third Culture Kids (TCKs) as Adults<br>Scholarship of Teaching and Learning


  • Ph D, Sociology, South Dakota State University, 2007
  • MA, English, Univ South Dakota, 1997
  • BA, English and Psychology and Education, University of Sioux Falls, 1977

Licensures and Certifications:

  • Youth Mental Health First Aid, Helpline 211
  • QPRT Suicide Prevention , Helpline 211
  • Mental Health First Aid , Helpline 211
  • Certificate of Completion--Digital Accessibility Training, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Certificate of Completion--Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning, USD Center for Teaching and Learning


Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions of the faculty member or discipline.

  • Hartman, Cheryl. Enriching Sociology 100: Using the Novel Things Fall Apart, 317-322. Vol. 33, Iss. 3. New York, NY: Teaching Sociology, 2005.

Awards and Honors:

  • Champions of Inclusive Excellence Award winner, University of South Dakota, 2021
  • Belbas-Larson Award for Excellence in Teaching nomination, University of South Dakota, 2021
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, University Center, 2019
  • Excellence in Teaching Award nomination, University Center, 2018
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Kilian College, 2011
  • Mentor of the Year Award, Lutheran Social Services of South Dakota, 2010
  • Robert T. and Mary K. Wagner Award, Sociology Department SDSU, 2006
  • Willis-Wright Professional Achievement Award, Sociology Department SDSU, 2005


  • Hartman, Cheryl. Getting Students to Read: Can Online Reading Quizzes Promote Reading Course Content. Presented at the Midwest Sociological Association annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois. (April 18, 2019)