William Corsaro , one of Glen Elder’s earliest doctoral students in our Department of Sociology at UNC, received a Distinguished Career Award (2013) from the ASA Section on Children and Youth in NYC. Glen told us that “More than anyone … Continued
Brian Foster’s paper titled “Educational Aspiration-Expectation Mismatch and Subsequent Attainment Outcomes” won third place in the Association of Black Sociologists’ student paper competition. Congrats to Brian!
UNC sociologist Howard Aldrich has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference for his many contributions to the field of entrepreneurship research. Aldrich is the Kenan Professor and chair of the department of sociology in … Continued
Ali Kadivar, the PhD candidate in the UNC sociology department, has won the 2013 Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award of the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section (CBSM) of the American Sociological Association (ASA) for his paper, “Alliances and Perception Profiles in … Continued
Colleagues, I am delighted to report that Andy Perrin has been elected as Chair of the Theory Section of ASA, and also to a three-year term on the Council of the Culture Section.
Arne Kalleberg’s book: Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, won the 2013 ASA Inequality, Poverty and Mobility Section best book award.
Shane Elliott is the co-winner of the 2013 ASA Marxist Sociology section award for best graduate student paper.
Dr. Christopher Bail’s recent ASR article has won the Best Paper award of the ASA Political Sociology Section and he was also been elected to the Council of the Communication and Information Technology Section.
Colleagues, the Political Sociology Best Graduate Student Paper committee has awarded the 2013 Best Graduate Student Paper Award to Charles for his paper “Avalanches of Attention: Dynamics of Media Attention to Social Movement Organizations.”
A paper from Michael Gaddis’ dissertation titled “Discrimination in the Credential Society: An Audit Study of Race, Social Class, and College Selectivity in the Labor Market.” has been awarded the James E. Blackwell distinguished graduate student paper award from the … Continued