News and Announcements
|Andrew Jorgenson and Brett Clark's article, “Are the Economy and the Environment Decoupling? A Comparative Institutional Study, 1960-2005”, won the Allan Schnaiberg Outstanding Publication Award for the ASA section on Environment and Technology.|
Newly hired Assistant Sociology Professor Wen Fan has been selected as a finalist for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award.
Juliet Schor and Andrew Jorgenson have both been elected Chairpersons of ASA sections, to start in 2016-17. Jorgenson will serve as Chair of the Environment and Technology section; Schor will serve as Chair of the Consumers and Consumption section.
|Next fall BC will introduce the new core course concept, in which faculty members from two different departments and disciplines will co-teach freshmen courses on important issues. See the videos for SOCY150101 Global Implications of Climate Change and SOCY150301 Understanding Race, Gender and Violence.|
|Sociology major Alexandra Moscovitz won a Fulbright for public health research in the Dominican Republic. She will do a comparative study on food insecurity in rural and urban communities, making connections to environmental and social contexts.|