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Department of Sociology Graduation Ceremony will be held Friday, May 11th, 2018 at the Boulder Theater. More details here.     


Barry Eidlin of McGill University - Spring 2018 Speaker Series. More info


Pilar Goñalons-Pons of the University of Pennsylvania - Spring 2018 Speaker Series. More info


Corey Fields of Georgetown University - Spring 2018 Speaker Series. More info 


Don Grant and co-authors Andrew Jorgenson (Boston College) and Wesley Longhofer (Emory University) have a forthcoming article in Sociological Science titled "Pathways to Carbon Pollution: The Interactive Effects of Global, Political, and Organizational Factors on Power Plants' CO2 Emissions." 


Mathieu Desan was invited to present a paper earlier this week at the Tulane University Culture Workshop in New Orleans, LA. 


Stefanie Mollborn and Amanda Stevenson have received two years of grant funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to support our work using the American Community Survey and Federal tax filings to assess the impact of access to highly effective contraception on women's life course trajectories at the population level in Colorado. This award was made possible by seed funding they received from the CU Boulder Innovative Seed Grant program and the Society of Family Planning Research Fund large grant program and is a collaboration with Katie Genadek (Census Bureau), Jane Menken (IBS), and Sara Yeatman (CU Denver).


Leslie Irvine has had a new publication in the journal Animal Sentience: "Animal Pain and the Social Role of Science."

Tracy Fehr-Sardone wrote an article for the Huffington Post: "The Grad Student Rallying Cry for Higher Education," featuring Jax Gonzalez:


Stephanie Bonnes has won the American Society of Criminology's Division on Women and Crime's Graduate Scholar of the Year Award. This award recognizes the outstanding contributions of graduate students to the field women and crime, both in their published work and their service to the Division of Women & Crime.  Additionally, her article "The Bureaucratic Harassment of U.S. Servicewomen" appears in the most recent issue of Gender & Society. Read here: This paper was awarded the American Society of Criminology's Division of Victimology's Graduate Student Paper of the Year Award at the ASC'a Annual Meeting in November. 


Jamie Vickery has had an article accepted for publication in Environmental Sociology: "Using an intersectional approach to advance understanding of homeless persons' vulnerability to disaster." 



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