UW Sociology Professor Pepper Schwartz and guest panelists Dr. Barbara Risman (Dept of Sociology, University of Illinois, Chicago) and Dr. Elaine Wethington (College of Human Ecology, Cornell University) will provide a panel discussion on older couples and later life transitions.  The Panel is sponsored by the Stice Lectureship and will be held in Parrington Hall Rm 308 on Monday February 2nd at 12:00 PM.

 

Professors Alexes Harris and Bob Crutchfield have provided local editorial comment and TV interviews on the events in Ferguson and Staten Island and the resulting protests/national discussion.

Bob's guest comment in the Seattle Times:

http://seattletimes.com/html/opinion/2025176520_rcrutchfieldopedferguson07xml.html

Alexes' interview on KING-TV:

http://www.king5.com/story/news/local/2014/12/10/uw-professor-talks-about-racial-disparity-ferguson-protests/20222599

 

 

 

 

Our Sociology Education Practicum (Soc 402) is starting back up for another year of hands on work in selected public schools in Seattle.  The practicum is offered each quarter and combines a small seminar on the sociology of education with hands on experience in the classroom helping teachers and students.   

This practicum has placed Sociology students in Seattle Public School students over the past 15 years and has a great track record for our students, as well as the teachers and students they help serve.  Click on the above photo for a letter from middle school teacher Adrian Manriquez and more information.

The world's population is likely to keep growing into the next century.  Adrian and his colleagues' work on population projections appears in the most recent issue of Science and is making news across various media outlets.  See Science's news brief at:

http://news.sciencemag.org/economics/2014/09/experts-be-damned-world-population-will-continue-rise

For other links click on this feature.

Our newest Sociology colleague Emilio Zagheni has arrived.  Emilio is a PhD from the University of California-Berkeley (2010) and has been an Assistant Professor at CUNY Queens College the past 2 years.  Professor Zagheni arrives as part of Sociology's collaboration with the University of Washington's eScience Institute and will be teaching both in Sociology and in the eScience program. 

See addition information about Emilio by clicking on picture.

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