M.A., California State University, Fullerton, 2000.
B.A. California State University, Fullerton, 1998.
A.A.Cypress College, 1993
Professor Camelot joined the faculty of Saddleback College in 2004, after having previously taught at several other colleges/universities including: California State University Fullerton, Golden West College, Cypress College, and National University. Her areas of interest include: social inequality, education and educational inequality, marriage and family, gender inequality, and food and society. Professor Camelot currently serves as the department chair of the Sociology Department.
Courses Frequently Taught:
Sociology 1 - Introduction to Sociology
Sociology 10 - Introduction to Marriage and Family
Sociology 21 - Women in Contemporary Society
Sociology 25 - Social Stratification
*She is currently working on a new course titled "Food and Society" that she will teach in Fall 2017.
Honors and Awards
UCI Educator Recognition Reciepient, 2015, 2008
W.H.O. Award Recipient, 2012
Outstanding Graduate Student Academic Achievement Award, 2000
"Students' View of Their Learning: A Closer Look"
"Technology and Learning Sociology"
"The Effectiveness of the Head Start Preschool Program"
"Incorporating Service Learning Into Course Curriculum"