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Dr. Steve Kroll-Smith Explores Impact of Disasters on Identity and Inequality

Sociology professor explores impact of disasters on identity, inequality

Dr. Brooks Dollar on North Carolina Family Courts

UNCG Criminologist Professor Cindy Brooks Dollar summarizes her research on family courts in the latest issue of The Bulletin by the […]

Sociology graduate student, Toya Dixon, presented her research at the University’s 3-minute thesis (3MT) competition

Sociology graduate student Toya Dixon presented her research at the University’s 3-minute thesis (3MT) competition on October 25th. Toya’s thesis […]

Professor Stephen Sills Puts Sociology to Work

UNCG Sociologist Dr. Stephen Sills is involved in many community-engaged scholarly activities.  Read about one of his most recent endeavors here.

Professor Cureton Delivers the Seventh Annual Reynolds Lecture at Greensboro College

Dr. Steven R. Cureton gave a powerful talk on how to understand racism in the U.S. in a featured presentation at […]

Two new books from UNCG sociologists

Two new books from UNCG sociologists are being published this year! Professor Daynes’ On Ethnography Professor Kroll-Smith’s Left to Chance: […]

Professor Kroll-Smith on Disaster, Recovery, and Katrina

Dr. Kroll-Smith on his latest research: Miss Katrina is Not Finished with Me: Acknowledging the Explanatory Overreach of Recovery

Dr. A. Kuperberg has New Blog Post for Scatterplot

the unruly darlings of public sociology The following is a guest post by Arielle Kuperberg. In a recent Wall Street Journal […]

Steve O’Boyle’s Sociology Classes Raise Money for Hurricane Victims

https://www.theplayerstribune.com/tim-duncan-hurricane-irma-us-virgin-islands/

Professor Jim Petersen’s Work Recognized by the SSSS

Society for Social Studies of Science The STS Infrastructure Award Committee is pleased to recognize the editors of the Handbooks […]

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