We are delighted to announce that Desmond Goss was awarded a CTC mini-grant to bring social justice professionals in for a virtual panel on working in social justice (a copy of his full proposal). This is a great start to our new Social Justice Certificate program, which he also now serves… more »
Human Trafficking Ensnares More Than Half Of Metro Atlanta’s Homeless Youth, Georgia State Study Shows
Dr. Eric Wright and his research team offer some important insights into exploitation of homeless youth in Atlanta.
The Sociology Club sponsored a book talk on November 5th featuring, Tara Coyt, the author of Real Talk about LGBTQIA.
She cites our chair’s work and interviews in this book. She is no stranger to #GSUSOCI and we were excited to have her come and discuss her body of work with us.
On March 26th, we hosted our Annual Sociology Career Open House! This was organized specifically for #GSUSOCI majors (and minors) to help them explore the many opportunities a degree in sociology offers. We would like to send a special thanks to the companies that participated in this event; CityYear , Urban Teachers, State… more »
Join the Multicultural Center and Dr. Rosalind Chou as we explore how her publication captures the voices and experiences of Asian Americans navigating the currents of race, gender, and sexuality as factors in how youth construct relationships and identities!
Facilitator: Dr. Rosalind Chou, Associate Professor of Sociology
Contact: William Britto, Student Affairs Advisor… more »
Congratulations to Ashley Rockwell, Penny Harvey, Chris Vidmar (pictured after presenter from left to right) and Leanna Greenwood (not pictured)! They are winners of the Teaching Social Problems Graduate Student Paper Award from the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Here they are accepting their award in Philadelphia for their paper titled “An Assessment… more »
The September issue of City & Community is live on Wiley!
The issue’s upfront Symposium: “Reflections on the Uses of Census Data — Looking to 2020” with the lead essay by John R. Logan and respondents Robert Adelman, Samantha Friedman and Karyn Lacy is free-access until the end of the year.
There is… more »
In this workshop, Drs. Brunsma and Embrick walk attendees through the entire peer-reviewed journal publication process- from submission to appearance in print. Along the way they demystify the process for graduate students and junior scholars, providing behind-the-scenes insight and helpful tips of the trade.
Thursday, September 27th 11:30-1:30PM
Friday, September 28th… more »
Last week we had our first “Sociology Career Day” for our Undergraduate Students. Over 50 Undergrad #GSUSOCI majors came for on-site interviews and info sessions for companies/organizations such as; Costar Group , CityYear, Urban Teachers and Phase 3 Marketing and Communications
Study on Depression in African-American men by our very own; Mathew Gayman, Ben Kail, Amy Spring & Graduate Student George Greenidge!
Co-authors of the study include Drs. Ben Lennox Kail and Amy Spring and Ph.D. student George R. Greenidge Jr.
The study is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse of… more »