Congratulations to Karolyn Tyson whose book, Integration Interrupted: Tracking, Black Students, and Acting White After Brown was awarded this year’s Sociology of Education ASA section award for best published book. The ASA section on Sociology of Education supports a community … Continued
Congratulations are in order for Dr. Arne Kalleberg, who has received one of the highest scholarly honors that the Academy of Management can bestow on an author: the George R. Terry Book Award. The George R. Terry Book Award is … Continued
Congratulations to Mike Shanahan who was recently elected to the Sociological Research Association!
Congratulations to Mike Shanahan, who was appointed to the National Institute of Healths Social Science and Population Studies Review Panel. The Social Sciences and Population Studies: Second Panel review group reviews the same areas of science as the Social Sciences … Continued
J. Richard Udry, Kenan Distinguished Professor of Maternal and Child Health and Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, passed away Sunday, July 29. In his career of nearly fifty years in population research, Dick Udry has left an enduring … Continued
Congratulations to Margarita Mooney! She was recently awarded the Templeton Grant for her project entitled: “A Virtue Ethics Perspective on Stress and Human Flourishing from Youth to Young Adulthood.” Her Co-PIs are Nicolette Manglos, a Williiams College team member, and … Continued
The B-word has been Tamed, Reclaimed and Used to Sell Stuff from Wine to Empowerment The Ottawa Citizen (Canada) …(Sherryl) Kleinman, a professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, says women cannot reclaim a term … Continued