Check out UConn Today’s recent article highlighting the work of Associate Professor of Sociology Ruth Braunstein and her Meanings of Democracy Lab. Please also join us in congratulation Graduate Student Rianka Roy and Undergraduate Student Nicholas Xenophontos, who each received one of the five $100 prizes in the Democracy Lab’s “Meanings of ‘America’ Project.” *Excerpt from […]
Month: May 2022
Mary Bernstein: “Are the Courts the Way to Queer Rights?”
Check out Professor Mary Bernstein’s recent article in the Boston Review, “Are the Courts the Way to Queer Rights?”. ***Excerpt from Article*** Today, as LGBTQ and other legal protections hang in the balance, we ought to move beyond the narrow question of the generic benefit or harm of legal strategies. We need a broader focus, […]
Mary Bernstein: New Associate Dean of The Graduate School
Please join us in congratulating Mary Bernstein, who has been named Associate Dean of the Graduate School! Read more about this exciting new position in UConn Today.
Nicholas Simon: Winner of the CSCU Excellence in Teaching Award
Congratulations to Professor Nicholas Simon of Sociology at Eastern Connecticut State University for receiving the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System’s 2022 Excellence in Teaching Award! Professor Simon received his Ph.D. in Sociology from UConn in 2017.
Rianka Roy: Graduate Research Award
Congratulations to Sociology Ph.D candidate Rianka Roy on receiving the Graduate Research Grant through the Human Rights Institute with her research proposal titled “Mapping Transnational Rights: Indian Tech Workers’ Mobilization in India and the US”!
Rianka Roy: Immigrant workers’ movements in the U.S.
Congratulations to Graduate Student Rianka Roy on her upcoming publication in the Sociology Compass, “Immigrant workers’ movements in the U.S.: Where are high-skilled ‘nonimmigrants?” The Sociology Compass is an international journal publishing peer-reviewed research articles and surveys of current research from across the entire discipline, with the aim of providing topical and significant research on a […]
Phoebe Godfrey: Promotion to Professor in Residence
Congratulations to Phoebe Godfrey on her promotion to Professor in Residence! Read more about the Promotions, Tenure, and Renewal process in UConn Today.
Winners of the 2022 Sociology Department Awards
Please join us in congratulating the 2022 winners of the Sociology Department Awards!