Congratulations to our fellow graduate student, Rianka Roy, who was invited to speak as a panelist on “Modern Growth Post-Colonization” as part of the Global Cultures Conference hosted by the UConn School of Business!
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 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 our very own Ph.D. student, Rianka Roy, for serving as a delegate to a United Nations conference in March 2023! “Roy ’21 MA, a Ph.D. candidate in sociology, served as one of 20 delegates representing the Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS), a nonprofit professional network of feminist sociologists and activists, at the […]
Please see the attached document for a complete list of the Fall 2023 Graduate Courses. SOCIOLOGY GRAD COURSES FALL ’23
Congratulations to Bryan Greene for his proposal “From #BlackLivesMatetr to #DontCallMeMurzyn: Exploring Anti-Blackness in Poland” receiving funding from the Africana Studies Institute‘s Africana Studies Research Fund!
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.
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!
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”!