August 19, 2021

Tessa Nápoles, MS, Doctoral Candidate in Sociology in the Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences, received $15,400 from the American Sociological Association National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (ASA NSF DDRIG) for her project, Sorting and Stratifying in Housing: The Intersectional Impacts of Race, Gender, and Health on Housing Insecurity.

August 03, 2021
Kristen Harknett, PhD, associate professor in Social Behavioral Sciences, and her co-authors received the 2021 W.
July 22, 2021

“Screaming, ‘No! No!’ It was Literally Like Being Raped”: Connecting Sexual Assault Trauma and Coerced Obstetric Procedures

Theresa Morris, Joan H Robinson, Keridwyn Spiller, Amanda Gomez

Social Problems, spab024,
Published: 20 July 2021


June 15, 2021

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.