Duke dominates Mathematical Sociology Section at ASA in Montreal
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
This year, Duke faculty and students dominated the awards and offices of the ASA Section on Mathematical Sociology. From left to right:
Kimberly Rogers (Duke PhD, now at Dartmouth College) won the award for best contribution for her ASR article (with Tobias Schroder and Jesse Hoey); Jaemin Lee (now ABD at Duke) won the Best Dissertation in Progress Award; Lynn Smith-Lovin (Robert L. Wilson Professor of Arts and Sciences) won the James S. Coleman Award for lifetime achievement; Ken Land (John Franklin Crowell Professor Emeritus of Sociology) is the current Chair of the section; and Carter Butts (Trinity '96, now Professor of Sociology at UC-Irvine) is currently chair-elect of the section.