Month: February 2021

David Embrick: UConn Partners with FutureLearn to Expand Digital Education Presence Globally

Check out UConn Today’s recent article titled “UConn Partners with FutureLearn to Expand Digital Education Presence Globally” where they announce Associate Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies David Embrick, Assistant Professor of Communication Shardé M. Davis, and Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs Milagros Castillo-Montoya will be teaching an online course partnered with FutureLearn.   […]

Phoebe Godfrey Q&A: Climate Grief and Our Crisis of Culture

Check out Associate Professor in Residence of Sociology, Phoebe Godfrey in UConn Today’s recent article titled Q&A: Climate Grief and Our Crisis of Culture where she answers questions regarding Climate Grief.   ***Excerpt from Article*** A common reaction to the developments of the daily news cycle is a feeling of anxiety and despair in the […]

Laura Mauldin: “If he gets COVID, it’s over”

Check out Sociology Assistant Professor Laura Mauldin’s recent article in Caring Across Generations titled “‘If he gets COVID, it’s over’: I talked to spousal caregivers during COVID, here’s what I’ve learned.” The article talks about the stress spousal caregivers are faced with due to the COVID-19 pandemic. ***Excerpt from Article*** “Family caregivers are everywhere. The latest […]

Andrew Deener: “Values of the Food System on Display”

Check out Professor of Sociology Andrew Deener’s recent article in American Sociological Association Footnotes titled “Values of the Food System on Display.” The article discusses how the recent COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted longstanding issues of food waste and food insecurity in the U.S. food system. “While the coronavirus pandemic put a spotlight on the U.S. food system, […]

David Embrick: Publishing NOW! February 10, 2021

Heather Battaly (Philosophy, UConn) David G. Embrick (Sociology and Africana Studies, UConn) Charles Mahoney (English and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, UConn) February 10, 2021, 1:15–2:30pm An online webinar. Event registration is required for attendance. Heather Battaly is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Connecticut. She specializes in epistemology, ethics, and virtue theory. She is […]