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Graduate Student Association Officers

Presidents:

Kristen Schorpp
Holly Straut Eppsteiner


GPSF Representative:

Taylor Brown


Faculty Recruitment and Selection Committee:

Sarah Gaby
Charles Seguin


Graduate Studies Committee:

Autumn McClellan
Batool Zaidi


Tech Liaison:

Michael Schultz


Faculty Administration

Department Chair
Kenneth (Andy) Andrews
155 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-1008
kta@unc.edu


Associate Chair
Lisa Pearce, Associate Professor
159 Hamilton Hall
(919) 966-1450
ldpearce@unc.edu


Director of Graduate Studies
Charles Kurzman, Professor 
227 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-1241
kurzman@unc.edu


Director of Undergraduate Studies
Howard Aldrich
202 Hamilton Hall 
(919) 962-5044
howard_aldrich@unc.edu


Coordinator, Undergraduate Honors Program
Howard Aldrich
202 Hamilton Hall 
(919) 962-5044
howard_aldrich@unc.edu


Director, Summer School
Lisa Pearce, Associate Professor
159 Hamilton Hall
(919) 966-1450
ldpearce@unc.edu


Graduate Placement
Neal Caren
212 Hamilton Hall
919-962-8184
neal.caren@unc.edu


Library/Book Chair
Charles Kurzman, Professor
227 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-1241
kurzman@unc.edu


Equal Employment Opportunity Officer
Andrew Perrin, Associate Professor
159 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-6876
andrew_perrin@unc.edu


Pre-IRB Review Chair
Guang Guo, Professor
166 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-1246
guang_guo@unc.edu


Editor of Social Forces
Arne Kalleberg
261 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-0630
social_forces@unc.edu


Book Review Editor, Social Forces
Chris Bail
225 Hamilton Hall
(919) 962-2482
sfbooks@unc.edu


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    photo of
    Andrew Perrin
    Associate Professor
    Office: 159 Hamilton Hall
    Mail: 155 Hamilton Hall CB 3210
    Chapel Hill, NC 27599
    work(919) 962-6876 (phone)
    fax(919) 962-6876 (fax)

    Area of Interest:

    Political Sociology, Culture, Social Theory, Work and Occupations.

    Education:

    Ph.D, Unversity of California-Berkeley, 2001

    Professional Background:

    Political Behavior, Culture, Social Movements, Theory, Work and Occupations;
    Political culture and ideas;
    Civil society and social capital;
    Labor and labor movements;
    Sociology of Internet and high technology;
    Sothern African politics and culture.

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