Hunzaker Accepts Postion at New York University

Mary Beth Hunzaker has accepted a position as an Assistant Professor (tenure track) at New York University. She will join the Sociology Department faculty there in fall 2017.
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Reece Accepts Position at UT-Austin

Robert Reece has accepted a Tenure Track position in the Department of Sociology at the University of Texas Austin. Starting in the fall of 2017 he will be an assistant professor of Sociology.
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Mueller Awarded ASA Grant

Collin Mueller was featured in the November issue of Footnotes as a recipient of a research grant awarded by the ASA. In the November issue of Footnotes, Collin Mueller was featured as a recipient of a Community Action Research Initiative grant award to support a collaborative, multi-method research project…
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Dawson Successfully Defends Ph.D

On Nov. 2, 2016, Jessica Dawson successfully defends her dissertation “Errors in Judgment: How Status, Values, and Moral Foundations Influence Moral Judgments of Guilt and Punishment” Her Committee consisted of: Lynn Smith-Lovin (Chair), Steve Vaisey, Kenneth Spenner, and Edward Tiryakian
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Childers Published in "The Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions 2016"

Trenita Childers' co-authored chapter with San Juanita Garcia (UNC-Chapel Hill), "The Racial Implications of Immigration Policy" was published in the The Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions 2016. Written by a highly respected team of contributors brought together by the Society for the Study of Social Problems at the University…
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Reese Study Featured in "Duke Research"

Robert Reece's peer-reviewed study finds that the simple perception of exoticism sways people to see multiracial blacks as better-looking. Reese also notes "Being exotic is a compelling idea, so people are attracted to a certain type of difference. It’s also partially just racism – the notion that black people…
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Mueller Wins Research Award

Collin Mueller's research on the experiences of uninsured patients with faith-based organizations in the healthcare safety net has been selected to receive a Scientific Study of Religion Student Research Award. This grant is in the amount of $3,000."
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