The Pipeline to Publication Workshop or P2P is back in Fall 2023. Faculty and graduate students of the Department of Sociology will discuss the following authors’ papers. Please write to Rianka Roy, Xinyan Wu (Tiu) and Dunahay Pereyra if you want to participate. We are meeting in Manchester Hall room 125 at 1 pm on the following dates. Everyone’s invited.
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”.
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”.
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.”
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.”
Three students had the opportunity to facilitate a Mindfulness and Activism Workshop for Professor in Residence, Phoebe Godfrey’s Social Theory class. Here is what her students had to say about the workshop: “This workshop, in our opinion, was a complete success! Being able to teach the true importance of mindfulness and activism was a great […]
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.
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Join us as we explore how gun misinformation impacts public discourse around gun policy. Panelists will also offer potential solutions to combat misinformation in gun policy conversations. Tuesday April 5, 5:00 – 6:15 PM UConn Hartford, Hartford Times Building 145 Panelists: Attorney General William Tong (CT) Prof. Lisa Singh, Georgetown University Prof. Amanda J. Crawford, […]