Please join us for the fourth installment of the Spring 2023 Pipeline to Publishing workshop! Being discussed is Lauren Danielowski’s circulated paper, “Examining Reproductive Health Narratives from Smith College’s Population & Reproductive Health Oral History Archive”.
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Fall 2023 Graduate Courses
Please see the attached document for a complete list of the Fall 2023 Graduate Courses. SOCIOLOGY GRAD COURSES FALL ’23
March 22, 2023: Pipeline to Publishing
Please join us for the third installment of the Spring 2023 Pipeline to Publishing workshop! Being discussed is Dunahay’s circulated paper, “From Feeling Sick to Being Ill: How Young Women Experience Chronic Illness”.
Undergraduate Research Awards 2022
Congratulations to the 2022 Undergraduate Research Awards recipients Mohammed Musa Hussain and Amina Shakeel!
Feb. 22, 2023: Pipeline to Publishing
In the second installment of the Pipeline to Publishing Workshop participants will discuss Xinyan “Tiu” Wu’s circulated paper, “Performing Credibility: How Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Researchers Gain Public Trust During the Opioid Epidemic.”
Kristin Kirksey: Institute for Health and Aging at the University of California, San Francisco
Please join us in congratulating Kristin Kirksey (2023) on her new job as a Program Manager with the Institute for Health and Aging at the University of California, San Francisco. Kristin will be managing a multi-year project on women and reproductive health in Kenya, Ethiopia, and the U.S. Congrats, Kristin!
Phoebe Godfrey: Reflections on COPD 2022
This November, Professor in Residence Phoebe Godfrey attended the second week of the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP), of the UNFCCC (United Nations Frame-work Convention on Climate Change). COP27 took place in Sharm el-Sheikh, and took place from November 6th to November 18th. Professor Godfrey was joined by fourteen current UConn students as well as a number of other faculty.
C.A.L.M. Workshop: Leadership in Nonviolent Activism
The C.A.L.M workshop was organized by five students who are all doing an Independent Study course focused on Environmental Justice Leadership (EJL). Fifteen students attended on November 2nd and the five EJL students co-led the workshop, along with additional input from the non-violent activism trainer, Joanne Sheehan.
Sociology Graduate Seminars for Spring 2023
Please see the listing below for Sociology seminars being offered in Spring 2023. Contact the instructor to request a permission number. Sociology Graduate Courses Spring 2023
Fierberg Scholar Dreams of Being an Advocate for the Voiceless
Check out this article in UConn Today on Faridah Kisekka-Sessanga, a Master’ student in the UConn School of Social Work and one of two recipients of the 2022 Janet M. Fierberg Scholarship. This scholarship was endowed by I. Martin Fierberg and Janet M. Fierberg, an alumna of UConn who studied Sociology and had careers in Social Work.