Check out volume three of the Sociology undergraduate journal, The Mirror. The mission of The Mirror is to provide undergraduate students a platform to showcase their work and educate the community on sociological issues. The editorial team strives to expose students to the process of publication and assist them in reaching their full potential, while also pushing […]
Please join us in congratulating Assistant Professor Jane Pryma, who has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 – 2023 Honors Faculty Member of the Year Award!
In the first installment of the Pipeline to Publishing Workshop participants will discuss Rianka Roy’s circulated paper, “The Membership Game: Limited Participation in Indian Tech Unions and Some Responses.”
Check out UConn Today’s recent article “Husky Harvest Aims to Help Regional Campuses with Food Insecurity” featuring Assistant Professor in Residence, Laura Bunyan’s, work with Katharine Vartuli ’23 (CLAS) to provide food to those in need. The pop-up pantry began as a hands-on class project that came about at the suggestion of colleagues and after talking with organizers of a pantry at Norwalk Community College.
Please join us in congratulating Assistant Professor Ryan Talbert, whose proposal titled “Adverse Childhood Experiences, Social Roles, and Cardiovascular Health among Black Men and Women” has been awarded funding through the CLAS Research in Academic Themes initiative.
In their September 29, 2022 article, “Native American and Indigenous Community Takes Shape At UConn,” UConn Today features the work of Sociology major Samantha Gove.
Check out alumna Mangala Subramaniam’s (2001) forthcoming book, Dismantling Institutional Whiteness, co-edited with M. Cristina Alcalde. It will publish on October 15, 2022 with Purdue University Press.
Check out this video featuring Sociology Professor Phoebe Godfrey and her work with the Commercially Licensed Co-operative Kitchen, or CLiCK Willimantic. CLiCK is a place where anyone from the community can learn vital skills, from growing food to working in the food industry, and where incubating businesses can use the facilities to get their businesses off the ground with fewer start-up funds.
Alumnus Geno Herring has made it his mission to ensure all Americans, regardless of skin color, race, economic status or religion, can obtain free voter education. After 25 years in public administration, he has now launched Best Candidate, the world’s first voter education tool box, and candidate search engine.
Please join us in congratulating alumna Mangala Subramaniam (2001), who will become senior vice provost for faculty affairs in the Virginia Commonwealth University Office of the Provost, effective Oct. 2.