March 14, 2014 American Sociological Association awarded Sociology graduate student Ryan Gabriel a Minority Fellowship Program grant for 2014-2015. Congratulations Ryan!
Professor Schwartz received the Social Sciences Departmental Award for 2014 from the UW Panhellenic Community. This award singles out faculty for their exceptional work in the classroom.
A short interview with Jake Rosenfeld on the findings in his new book, What Unions No Longer Do (Harvard UP, 2014). The Jackson School of International Studies is hosting a lecture and discussion in celebration of the book at the University Bookstore on Thursday, March 6, 2014 beginning at 7:00 pm.... Read more
Professor Julie Brines discusses work from her recent ASR 2012 (78(1) 26-50) piece (with colleagues Sabino Kornrich and Katrina Leupp) and comment from Professor Pepper Schwartz appear in the Times piece titled "Does a More Equal Marriage Mean Less Sex" by Lori Gottlieb. The link below is to the the NYT article and the second link is to a prior piece in UW Today that covered the original ASR... Read more
Solee accepted a post-doctoral position at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies at Lund University in Sweden. The post begins this Spring and is for two-years. Congratulations to Solee.
Katrina Leupp accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Sociology at Washington State University. The position will start in August 2014. Her undergraduate teaching responsibilities will be at WSU's Vancouver campus.
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2014 PhD Amy Spring has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship in the Sociology Department at Georgia State University, starting in the Fall of 2014. Congratulations, Amy.
Sociology graduate student Jorge Martinez was the recipient of the highly competetive and prestigious Minority Student Fellowship for 2013 from the American Society of Criminology. The fellowship was awarded during the ASC's Nov. 20-23 Annual Meeting, in Atlanta, Georgia. Congratulations, Jorge!
Dr. Judy Loveless-Morris successfully defended her dissertation, "Black-White Wealth Accumulation: Does Veteran Status Matter?," on Tuesday 11/5/2013. Judy's committee was chaired by Professor Barbara Reskin; other members included Professors Lowell Hargens, Alexes Harris, and Marieka Klawitter (GSR). Abstract: Previous research has demonstrated that institutions can diminish or increase access... Read more