Congratulations to David Embrick and his co-author and co-editor, David Brunsma, for receiving the ASA Cox-Johnson-Frazier Award!
Congratulations to Professor and CLAS Associate Dean, Bandana Purkayastha, for receiving the honor of being named one UConn’s Board of Trustees Distinguished Professors!
Please join us in congratulating the 2023 winners of the Sociology Department Awards!
Congratulations to our three winners of the 2023 Wood/Raith Living Trust Summer Fellowship award, Davina Barbee, Carol Ann Jackson and Dunahay Pereyra! They will each receive summer fellowships of $4,000! Sociology was very well represented within a very competitive pool of 30 applicants across 15 programs/departments.
Congratulations to Professor David Embrick and his collaboration with the School of Engineering for receiving a $2.86 million grant from the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration!
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!
Please join us in congratulating Carol Ann Jackson on her successful application to the Collaborative to Advance Equity through Research on Women and Girls of Color! This grant is funded through UConn’s Africana Studies Institute and will support Carol’s research on policing and strategies of resilience among Black girls in Connecticut.
Congratulations to the 2022 Undergraduate Research Awards recipients Mohammed Musa Hussain and Amina Shakeel!
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.
Congratulations to Professor of Sociology Mary Bernstein, who has been awarded the 2022 Provost’s Award for Excellence in Community Engaged Scholarship in the Distinguished Scholar Research Award category. Bernstein has shown a commitment to engaged scholarship through her intersectional research on sexual orientation, gender, and race, her teaching, and her service to the UConn community, […]