|Saint Michael's Department of Sociology and Anthropology|
Education: Dr. Bolduc received his Bachelors degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1968. In 1976 he received his Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut.
Interests within Sociology: His interests in Sociology are reflected in the courses he teaches:
Related interests on campus: Dr. Bolduc is especially interested in doing volunteer service work with students, and has done so over the Spring breaks to such locations as Florida, Washington DC and Kentucky. The projects range from working on house construction to living and working in homeless shelters. He also likes doing survey research projects with students which help various social causes in the community.
Professional work and publications: Almost all of his professional writing flows from the various surveys which he works on with students and colleagues in other departments. Most are funded by sponsoring non-profit organizations. For example, in the past several years, he has written the following research projects:
Hobbies and other interests: Dr. Bolduc loves gardening, woodworking, and (with his wife and a few friends) hand built the home they have lived in for the past 24 years. Summers allow time for gardening, golf and grandchildren.
Family: Married high school sweetheart (Allyson) and has three adult children and three grandchildren.