News & Announcements
Research from Sociology faculty will be well-represented at this year’s meeting of the Population Association of America to be held in Chicago, April 27-29. The following individuals are on the program and the majority will be in attendance at the meeting. Faculty include Jason Boardman, Lori Hunter, Jane Menken, Sanyu Mojola, Stef Mollborn, Rick Rogers, Amanda Stevenson and Tim Wadsworth. Graduate students include Emily Bacon, Josh Goode, Dan Simon, Andrea Tilstra, Robee Wedow and Juhee Woo. Congratulations everyone and enjoy the conference!
David Pyrooz was appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. He also spoke to the Boulder Rotary Club about the myths and realities of gangs in the United States.
Bertha Bermudez-Tapia has been awarded the Special Topics in Sociology GPTI Teaching Fellowship for her class "Current Policies and Sociological Implications of Immigration."
Elizabeth Bittel has been accepted to and offered a full scholarship for a summer 2017 Tamil language intensive through the American Institute of Indian Studies. Through this program, she will spend nine weeks (June - August, 2017) studying Tamil in Madurai, India. (http://www.aiislanguageprograms.org/lp/tamil)
Cristen Dalessandro recently had a paper accepted in the journal Sexualities, titled "Manifesting Maturity: Gendered Sexual Intimacy and Becoming an Adult."