Jocher Graduate Student Paper Award
About the Award
The Katharine Jocher Graduate Student Paper Award annually recognizes the most outstanding scholarly article-length manuscript produced by a graduate student in our department. The award is named after Katharine Jocher, a long-time UNC faculty member, coauthor of An Introduction to Social Research (1929) and former editor at Social Forces.
Striving While Black: Race and the Psychophysiology of Goal Pursuit
As Tuition Rises: Opposition to the Neoliberalization of Higher Education
2018-Janelle Viera and Josh Wassink
Bringing Back Opportunity: Paternal Return Migration, Wealth Accumulation, and Intergenerational Mobility in Mexico
Exclusive Religious Beliefs and Social Capital: Unpacking Nuances in the Relationship between Religion and Social Capital Formation