Norine Verberg teaches on family life, parenting, social policy, social inequality, and ancestry and identity. She receive her doctorate in Sociology from the University of Waterloo in 1994. Her research focuses on the social activism of families who respond to a preventable tragedy (e.g., Westray Families Group and MADD) and refugee settlement and community development.
Families, social inequality, aftermath activism by families, social police, refugee settlement, 4-H.
St. Francis Xavier University Outreach Award, Dec. 2017
Verberg, Norine and Joseph Khoury. (forthcoming). Team Syria: The Ripple Effect of University-Community Partnerships. Diversity Magazine.
Verberg, N. and C. G. Davis (2011). Counter-memory activism in the aftermath of tragedy: A case study of the Westray Families Group. Canadian Review of Sociology 48(1): 23-43.
Davis, C.G., M.A.J. Wohl and N. Verberg (2007). Meaning and posttraumatic growth in the wake of senseless tragedy. Death Studies 31:693-712.
Verberg, N. (2006). Family-based social activism: Rethinking the social roles of families. Socialist Studies Review 2(1): 23-46.