Ryan Talbert

Sociology Majors Win 2022 SHARE Awards

Congratulations to  Madeline Doyle, Samantha Gove, and Nicholas Xenophontos who were selected to receive the 2022 Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts Research Experience (SHARE) Award!

Madeline Doyle ’24 (Political Science & Sociology) will be working with faculty mentor Dr. Matthew Singer (Political Science) on "Presidential Approval in a Pandemic - Evidence From U.S. States."

Samantha Gove ’24 (Sociology & Human Rights) will be working with faculty mentor Ryan Talbert (Sociology) on “Police Killings of Native American People: Examining Variation Across Space, Time, and Status Characteristics.”

Nicholas Xenophontos ’23 (Mathematics & Sociology) will be working with faculty mentor Dr. Ruth Braunstein (Sociology) on "Monetary Fungibility and Political Context: Comparing Church Statements About Abortion and Catholic Schools."

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Ryan Talbert: Research Funding in Academic Themes

Ryan Talbert (Sociology, PI) and Jolaade Kalinowski (Human Development and Family Sciences, Co-I) have been awarded a grant from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for Research Funding in Academic Themes. Funding is awarded to faculty working together to advance research stemming from a unique junction of their individual programs of scholarship in health, disease, and well-being. Their project will represent one of the first longitudinal assessments of the health impacts of exposure to deadly police encounters. In doing so, the study will examine the degree to which police killings are key to race-gender variation in mental and physical health across time. Congratulations, Ryan and Jolaade!