Congratulations to Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Sciences and Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies/Sociology Laura Mauldin for being selected as a faculty fellow for the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute (UCHI). “For All We Care” is a book project based on the stories of spousal/partner caregivers who everyday provide extraordinary care to their partners […]
Month: April 2021
Congratulations Christin Munsch and Laura Bunyan!
Please join us in congratulating Christin Munsch, who has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure, and Laura Bunyan, who has been promoted to Associate Professor in Residence!
Asmita Aasaavari: Human Rights Institute Grant Winner
Congratulations to Graduate Student Asmita Aasaavari, recipient of the Human Rights Institute Graduate Funding Competition! This funding is given to an individual whose proposal demonstrates overall excellence with a focus on human rights issues.
Congratulations 2021 Alpha Kappa Delta Inductees!
Congratulations to the 2021 Alpha Kappa Delta inductees! Archana Ajay Kayla Crucetts Lyndall Goudemond Jordan Kubik Samantha Stuyniski Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) is the International Sociology Honor Society. AKD was founded in 1920 at the University of Southern California by Dr. Emory S. Bogardus and became affiliated with the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS) in 1967. […]
Bandana Purkayastha: Joshi Lecture
Check out Professor of Sociology and Asian and Asian American Studies Bandana Purkayastha’s recent lecture on the Joshi Foundation.
Kim Price-Glynn: “A ‘Care’ Agenda Is Essential Policy”
Check out Associate Professor of Sociology and Urban and Community Studies, Kim Price-Glynn’s recent article with Mignon Duffy titled “A ‘Care’ Agenda Is Essential Policy.” The article discusses the push for a comprehensive care policy to those in need during the recent pandemic COVID-19. ***Excerpt from Article*** Paid care infrastructure is only one piece of the puzzle. A […]
Phoebe Godfrey: “Social-Environmental Justice Begins with ‘Radical Self-Love'”
Read Associate Professor in Residence Phoebe Godfrey’s recent article in Neighbors, “Social Environmental Justice Begins with ‘Radical Self-Love.'” Citing her current Sustainable Societies course and the work of Sonya Renee Taylor, Dr. Godfrey forwards that Western culture breeds disembodiment, and “only a disembodied culture would actively, knowingly, and willingly destroy its external body, the Earth.”