UW-Green Bay

Ray Hutchison

Ray Hutchison

Professor

MAC B304

Dr. Ray Hutchison is Professor of Sociology in Public and Environmental Affairs. In addition to the First Year Seminar on The Sixties, he teaches Introduction to Sociology, Ethnic and Racial Identities, Urban Sociology, and Street Gangs in America.  Dr. Ray Hutchison grew up in Nashville, Tennessee and received his B.A. from Harpur College at the State University of New York-Binghamton and M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Chicago. His early research focused on the growth of the Mexican American community in Chicago (including studies of street gangs in Chicago). In Green Bay, his research has focused on ethnic communities (particularly the emerging Hmong community) and on street gangs in the Fox Valley. He has served as Director of the Hmong Studies Center since it was founded in 2006.