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portrait of Yuan Hsiao against a light gray background The Growing Field of Political Sociology: A Brief Interview With Yuan Hsiao Jan 19, 2021
phone screen with a dating profile on it and a thumb about to swipe left or right Can You Find True, Lasting Love on Tinder? Study Finds It's Possible Jan 7, 2021
Portrait of Bob Crutchfield Bob Crutchfield's Community Engagement During Retirement Dec 21, 2020
Katherine Beckett portrait against green background In a time of isolation, finding communion Dec 15, 2020
police car lights flashing red and blue Early police stops had long-term consequences for Seattle’s Black youth, UW research shows Dec 2, 2020
close up of census form The 2020 census: deadlines, politics and what may come next Nov 19, 2020
The Criminal Legal System as a Social Problem Nov 12, 2020
young woman typing at her laptop near a window Teaching and Learning During COVID-19 Oct 7, 2020
Q&A: Alexes Harris on defunding police, racial disparities in criminal justice Sep 28, 2020
portrait of Patricia Louie Meet our new Assistant Professor, Patricia Louie Sep 23, 2020
Muslim woman holding an American flag and raising her hand to take the citizenship oath Steve Pfaff's Op-Ed in the Washington Post Highlights His Research on Discrimination Against Muslim and Atheist Families in US Schools  Sep 14, 2020
doorway of an apartment building in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood Ian Kennedy’s Research Sheds Light on Discriminatory Rental Practices In Seattle Neighborhoods Sep 14, 2020
COVID-19 viruses against green background New Guide for Understanding COVID Data Sep 13, 2020
Malone Muwkende, a medical student at St. George's University of London How Bias In Medical Textbooks Endangers BIPOC Aug 31, 2020
Are Black Lives Matter protesters peaceful or violent? Depends on whom you ask. Aug 24, 2020
How the pandemic is changing relationships Jul 10, 2020
John Leverso An Unusual Journey: John Leverso’s Path to a PhD Jul 8, 2020
elizabeth litzler Elizabeth Litzler Receives the WEPAN Founders Award Jul 8, 2020
American Bonds book cover Sarah Quinn's American Bonds Wins Two Major Awards Jul 7, 2020
Michele Cadigan Michele Cadigan Wins Horowitz Foundation Grant Jul 7, 2020
Faculty picture of Daniel Karell from NYU Abu Dhabi Alumni Highlight: Q&A with Daniel Karell Jun 29, 2020
Protesters outside the Seattle West Precinct with their fists raised in the air Alexes Harris: Companies Can Keep Their Hollow Statements on Racism. We Need Real Change. Jun 17, 2020
colorful line drawing of people standing naked together Gender and Sexuality Graduate Research Cluster Receives Funding from Simpson Center Jun 17, 2020
kws Department Chair's Message in the Wake of Protests Against Police Violence Jun 2, 2020
Girl studying at home with her laptop open Sociologists Teaching and Learning about COVID-19 May 12, 2020

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