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Judson G. Everitt Loyola University-Chicago

Judson G. Everitt is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Loyola

University Chicago. He has served on the faculty at Loyola since 2009. Dr. Everitt

earned his Ph.D. in sociology at Indiana University with a doctoral minor in Educational

Leadership and Policy Studies. His research examines the interconnections among organizations,

culture, and socialization with a particular focus on the professions. His prior work

examines teachers’ professional socialization in his book, Lesson Plans: The Institutional

Demands of Becoming a Teacher (2018), and he recently coauthored an updated edition

of The Sociology of Education with Jeanne Ballantine and Jenny Stuber (2022). His most

recent work examines how medical students interpret and respond to institutional pressures

in health care through the student cultures they form in medical school.