Annie Fehrenbacher has just won the Elizabeth Blackwell, MD Award from the Center for the Study of Women for her paper ?The Evolution of a Gendered Politics of Trauma: Challenging the Depiction of Rape: A Fate Worse Than Death?
Great Work Annie!
Jennie E. Brand and Juli Simon Thomas have a chapter “Causal Effect Heterogeneity” in the volume called the Handbook of Causal Analysis for Social Research (Stephen L. Morgan ed., Springer Series.), which will be released sometime in May 2013.
Congratulations to Jennie and Juli!
Danielle Wondra won an outstanding poster award for her recent presentation at the Population Association of America (PAA) annual meetings, held last week in New Orleans.
Danielle’s poster was titled “Understanding Men’s Fertility Preferences and Intentions: The Effects of Race, Class and Sexuality.”
At the recent Annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Los Angeles, the Population Specialty Group gave the Lifetime Achievement Award to Bill Clark in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of population geography though research, teaching, professional services, and mentoring.
On March 30, 2013, Hsin-Chieh Chang received the Early Stage Family Scholar Award given by the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee on Family (RC06/CFR) and the Institute of Sociology at Academia Sinica in Taiwan. The award was given at the 2013 conference on Demographic and Institutional Change in Global Families held in Taiwan from March [...]
Peter Catron’s comment on Immigrant Unionization through the Great Recession has just been published in the April 2013 issue of American Sociological Review (http://asr.sagepub.com/content/78/2/315.abstract).
Please join us in congratulating Stephanie D’Souza for being given honorable mention for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! A select few students with outstanding applications are given such honors each year. Congrats Stephanie!
Congratulations to Professor Megan Sweeney! She won the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award. We knew that she was a amazing teacher but it is good to have some much deserved external appreciation as well. This is the second year in a row that the Sociology department has won one of these highly competitive teaching award. [...]
Sarah Schlabach has published a revised version of her UCLA Master’s Paper in the February 2013 issue of Family Relations. Her paper is titled: “The importance of family, race, and gender for multiracial adolescent well-being.”