Sarah Hatteberg

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Address: 88 Wentworth Street, Room 302


Ph.D., Sociology, Indiana University
Dissertation: "Institutional Stress and Compromised Social Support in Collegiate Athletics: The Student-Athlete Experience.”

M.A., Sociology, Indiana University

B.A., Sociology & Anthropology, Economics, Lake Forest College

Research Interests

  • Social Psychology
  • Sociology of Mental Health/Illness
  • Sociology of Sport
  • Medical Sociology
  • International Migration
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Courses Taught

  • SOCY 109: Special Topics- Sociology of Sport
  • SOCY 272: Making Sense of Sociological Data
  • SOCY 349: Sociology of Mental Health and Illness (Special Topics)
  • SOCY 382: Research Apprenticeship
  • SOCY 383: Academic Apprenticeship
  • SOCY 490: Independent Study
  • SOCY 499: Bachelor’s Essay


Hatteberg, Sarah J. 2021. “A Tale of Many Sources: The Perceived Benefits of Similar Other, Significant Other, and Similar-Significant Other Social Support.” Sociological Perspectives 64(1):37-57.

Hatteberg, Sarah J. 2020. “‘There’s no way I can do all of this’: The Perceived Impacts of Stress Exposure on the Academic Development of Collegiate Athletes.” Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, Special Issue:7-28.

Kollath-Cattano, Christy L., Sarah J. Hatteberg, and Anna Kooper. 2020. “Illicit Drug Use among College Students: The Role of Social Norms and Risk Perceptions.” Addictive Behaviors 105.

Hatteberg, Sarah J. 2020. “Collegiate Athletes’ Use and Perceptions of Institutional Sources of Support for Role-Related Stressors.” Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics Special Issue:98-123.

Hatteberg, Sarah J.  2018. “Under Surveillance: Collegiate Athletics as a Total Institution.” Sociology of Sport Journal 35(2):149-158.

Lee, Jennifer C. and Sarah J. Hatteberg. 2015. “Bilingualism and Status Attainment Among Latinos.” The Sociological Quarterly 56(4)695-722.

Hatteberg, Sarah J. 2014. "Stress, Coping, and Social Support Processes" In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society, edited by William C. Cockerham, Robert Dingwall, and Stella Quah. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hatteberg, Sarah J. and Kody Steffy. 2013. "Increasing Reading Compliance of Undergraduates an Evaluation of Compliance Methods." Teaching Sociology 41(4):346-52.