Mark Gunty

Assistant Teaching Professor of Sociology
Undergraduate Analytics Program Director

Research Interests

Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education and Trends in Catholic Higher Education


Gender and Family, Qualitative Methods, Quantitative Methods, Race and Ethnicity


Mark Gunty serves as the Undergraduate Analytics Program Director in the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research. His work focuses on student persistence, financial aid, enrollment patterns, and student feedback on teaching. He consults on survey design for offices across campus. He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Catholic Identity and Mission Assessment Project sponsored by the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. His teaching interests include research methods, gender and violence, and social psychology.

Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in comparative religions from Northwestern University. He holds a master’s degree in human development from St. Mary’s University in Winona, and another master’s in international peace studies from Notre Dame. He was awarded a doctoral degree in sociology from Notre Dame in 1993.

Phone: 574.631.9472
Office: 406D Grace Hall
Office Hours: By appointment