Kathleen Bogle
Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice


  • Sex education and sexuality

Kathleen Bogle is the author of “Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus” (New York University Press), which examines the nature and culture of “hooking up” between college students as well as what happens after students leave the college environment. She published an article entitled, “The Shift From Dating to Hooking Up in College: What Scholars Have Missed” in a new journal, Sociology Compass. Bogle is also interested in the study of crime, particularly violence against women. She co-authored a paper on this subject, “Exploring the Connection between Pornography and Sexual Violence,” which appeared in Violence & Victims. Bogle earned a bachelor’s degree and master’s from St. Joseph’s University and her doctorate from the University of Delaware.