Sociology doctoral candidate Rebecca Wolfe, with Sociology professor Kristen Harknett, have released a Health Policy Brief, "Inequalities at Work and the Toll of COVID-19", Health Affairs Health Policy Brief, June 4, 2021. The Health Policy Brief was produced with the generous support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. All briefs go through peer review before publication.
Sociology student Mel Jeske has received an honorable mention for the 2021 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars! Now in its third year, this award was developed to help promote a culture of mentorship at UCSF, and to recognize the diversity of peer support and leadership among our graduate students and postdoctoral scholars who contribute to that culture. The GradDiv received an impressive total of over 70 submissions.
Current 3rd year Sociology student Rebecca Wolfe has been featured on the AnthroDish podcast, Episode 90: HOW HAS PURITY CULTURE SHAPED EATING DISORDER EXPERIENCES? WITH REBECCA WOLFE. Rebecca makes note that her research is in preliminary stages and this research is not yet peer reviewed.
From the AnthroDish site:
Keridwyn (Keri) Spiller, current 1st year Sociology doctoral student, has been named program assistant for the ACTIONS program: Abortion Care Training Incubator for Outstanding Nurse Scholars (ACTIONS).
ACTIONS is an innovative fellowship that seeks to connect, mentor, and support pre-and post-doctoral scholars looking to pursue a PhD at the School of Nursing (SON) at University of California San Francisco (UCSF).