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Presidents:

Brian Foster
Kivan Polimis


GPSF Representative:

Autumn McClellan


Faculty Recruitment and Selection Committee:

Sarah Gaby
Charles Seguin


Graduate Studies Committee:

Jonathan Horowitz
Jordan Radke


Tech Liaison:

Sarah Gaby

Michael Good


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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    Ph.D.s On the Job Market

     


    Colin Campbell

      Dissertation Title: "Three Studies on the Determinants and Consequences of Poverty"

      Dissertation Chair: Arne Kalleberg

      colincampbell@unc.edu

      Website

      CV


        Heather Edelblute

          Dissertation Title: "Family Life on the Other Side of the Border: The Role of Women’s Networks in Sustaining Families in Mexico."

          Dissertation Chairs: Ted Mouw

          Areas of Interest: International Migration, Health, Social Demography, Medical Sociology, Gender, Latin American Studies

          edelblut@live.unc.edu

          Curriculum Vitae

          Website


              Aseem Hasnain

                Dissertation Title: "Nested identities: Negotiating Muslim-ness and Shia-ness in 20th century India"

                Dissertation Chair: Charles Kurzman

                Areas of Interest: Politics, Culture, Qualitative methods, historical comparative sociology, South Asia

                ahasnain@live.unc.edu

                Curriculum Vitae

                Website


                  Lindsey King

                    Dissertation Title: "Workers’ Evaluations of Risk in the Context of Welfare Production Regimes"

                    Dissertation Chair: Arne Kalleberg

                    Areas of Interest: Work and Occupations; Social Psychology; Political Sociology

                    lmking@email.unc.edu

                    Curriculum Vitae

                    Website


                        Yi Li

                          Dissertation Title: "Three Genetically Informed Sociological Studies on Improving Survey Data Quality, Delinquency, and Religiosity"

                          Dissertation Chair: Guang Guo

                          Areas of Interest: Integrating Genetics into Sociological Studies, Delinquency and Crime, Health, Social Demography, Quantitative Methods

                          Yili@email.unc.edu

                          Curriculum Vitae

                          Website


                          Allison Mathews

                            Dissertation Title: "Understanding the Role of Identity in Black Gay Men's Religious Choice & Participation"

                            Dissertation Chair: Karolyn Tyson

                            Areas of Interest: Race/Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality, Religion, Health, HIV/AIDS

                            amathews@email.unc.edu

                            Website


                              Mark Noble

                                Dissertation Title: "Modeling Cumulative Effects, Democratization, Economic Development, and Inequality in Less Developed Nations"

                                Dissertation Chair: Ken Bollen

                                Areas of Interest: Quantitative Methods, Global Development and Inequality, Social Epidemiology, Cross-National Research

                                mdnoble@live.unc.edu

                                Website

                                CV


                                  J Micah Roos

                                    Dissertation Title: "Knowledge, Science, and Religion in the United States: An analysis of factors that contribute to acceptance and rejection of contested knowledge at the intersection of science and religion."

                                    Dissertation Chairs: Ken Bollen and Andrew Perrin

                                    Areas of Interest: Science, Religion, Culture, Quantitative Methods (measurement/SEM)

                                    jmicah@berkeley.edu

                                    Curriculum Vitae

                                    Website


                                      Ashton Verdery

                                      Dissertation Title: "Three Essays on Social Networks and Demographic Change"

                                      Dissertation Chair: Barbara Entwisle

                                      Areas of Interest: Social Networks, Demography, Quantitative Methods

                                      Ashton.Verdery@gmail.com

                                      CV

                                      Website


                                      Brandon Wagner

                                        Dissertation Title: "Correlates and Contexts of Sexual Infidelity in American Adults"

                                        Dissertation Chair: Kathleen Mullan Harris

                                        Areas of Interest: Health, Fertility, Family, Demography, Casual Inference, Bio-Social Interplay

                                        brandongwagner@gmail.com

                                        Curriculum Vitae

                                        Website


                                        Amber Wells

                                        Dissertation Title: "Inequality at Work: Gender and Class Disparities in the Careers of Library and Information Science Graduates"

                                        Dissertation Chair: Victor W. Marshall

                                        Areas of Interest: Work, Inequality and Social Stratification, Aging and the Life Course

                                        awells82@unc.edu

                                        Curriculum Vitae

                                        Website


                                         

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