Assistant Professor of Sociology, Christin Munsch has been invited to be a residential fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University during the 2022–23 academic year to work on a monograph that extends her work on “masculinity contest cultures” (MCCs) to academic social science and other professional contexts […]
The Office of the Vice President for Research recently announced the Scholarship Facilitation Fund (SFF). The SFF is designed to assist faculty in the initiation, completion, or advancement of research projects, scholarly activities, creative works, or interdisciplinary initiatives that are critical to advancing the faculty member’s scholarship and/or creative works. We are proud to announce that […]
Please join us in congratulating Christin Munsch, who has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure, and Laura Bunyan, who has been promoted to Associate Professor in Residence!
“Each career has its own unique challenges for balancing work and family – but blue and pink collar occupations and the service industry work are especially difficult. In many white-collar occupations, work can be done from home (as we are seeing now) and the pay is better – so families can outsource things like childcare, […]
The second half of the Gender Revolution Christin Munsch, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Connecticut, says that most millennial men say they’re for gender equality, but that it takes more than that to close the gender gap. “On some level they believe that they want to be these good […]