Pop studies

Ryan Masters Published Article

Feb. 10, 2023

Ryan Masters published an article, "Sources and Severity of Bias in Estimates of the BMI-Mortality Association," in Population Studies.


Sociology Club Semester Schedule

Feb. 7, 2023


Jocelyn West's Research Funded

Feb. 6, 2023

Jocelyn West 's collaborative research proposal "Assessing Social Vulnerability to Landslides in Rural Puerto Rico" was approved for funding ($49,764) from the Public Health Disaster Research Award Program: Research in U.S. Territories, Tribal Areas, and Rural Communities , which is administered by the Natural Hazards Center with funding from the...


Jose Sanchez and David Pyrooz New Publication

Feb. 6, 2023

Jose Sanchez and David Pyrooz have a new publication titled "Gang intervention during COVID-19: A qualitative study of multidisciplinary teams and street outreach in Denver'' in the Journal of Criminal Justice . The study examines how the Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver, particularly their street outreach workers and multidisciplinary teams,...


Interested in Sociology Honors?

Jan. 31, 2023

Join us on Feb 9th! Learn how to apply for honors and get some free food!


Grad student, Robert Scott, won Doctoral Fellowship

Jan. 24, 2023

Robert Scott won a Doctoral Fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada to support his dissertation research on wildland firefighters.


Jessica Austin Received Award from NSF

Jan. 23, 2023

Jessica Austin was recently named a National Science Foundation Non-Academic Research Internships for Graduate Students awardee. Jessica will work with Esri , a leading global Geographic Information Systems software company, utilizing data from the Social Science Extreme Events Research (SSEER) network to tell the story of social science researchers’ work...


Leslie Irvine collaborated with Animal Help Now on the development of a pet rescue app

Jan. 23, 2023

Research conducted by Leslie Irvine and Casara Andre, DVM, on pet fatalities during the 2021 Marshall Fire received extensive media coverage over the fire’s December 30 anniversary. They have collaborated with Animal Help Now on the development of a pet rescue app. PetHelp&Rescue will be released for iOs later this...


CU Boulder Sociology undergraduate student, Ciara O’Neil, featured in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine

Jan. 20, 2023

CU Boulder Sociology undergraduate student, Ciara O’Neil , conducted research that was recently featured in the Arts & Sciences Magazine: “Undergrad Uncovers Evidence Suggesting that CU Pioneer Favored Eugenics”


Sociology Speaker Series Spring 2023: Corey Dolgon (2/9)

Jan. 10, 2023

Corey Dolgon "Sociology for Social Justice: The revolutionary potential of Social Science" The talk will brief and examine the role of revolutionary praxis and pedagogy for developing a contemporary radical movement where sociology is a tool for struggle and not a disciplinary or professional goal in and of itself. Corey...