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Frickel in Science Magazine

Frickel, ScottFrickel, ScottProfessor Scott Frickel, collaborating with Dana Fisher on a survey project on protests and climate politics, was interviewed by Science Magazine on the potential magnitude of this months mass mobilizations on climate change.

In the article, he references a piece of The Protest Project's mission: To gather data to help determine what may happen next during a mass mobilization.

(Distributed April 13, 2017)

Svenja Kopyciok Awarded Alden Speare, Jr. Award

Svenja Kopyciok has been awarded the departmental Alden Speare, Jr. Award which recognizes superior achievement in the Master of Arts thesis within the Department of Sociology. Congratulations, Svenja!

(Distributed October 18, 2016)

Ruth Milkman, '75, President of ASA

Milkman, RuthMilkman, RuthRuth Milkman, President of ASA, graduated from Brown University, class of 1975, where she concentrated in her independent major of "Women in Society." In 2014, Milkman was elected to ASA presidency for 2015-2016. 

Milkman describes her experience at Brown to ASAnet. "As an undergraduate at Brown, she created her own major, a sort of women’s studies degree before women’s studies was considered worthy of its own department. She valued the freedom that Brown allowed to do such a thing, a freedom she also found in her graduate work at the University of California-Berkeley. 'Both of them were places where you could define your own agenda,' she says."

(Distributed August 15, 2016)

Syeda Masood Awarded Bucerius Ph.D. Scholarship

Syeda Masood has been awarded the Bucerius Ph.D. Scholarship from ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius's "Trajectories of Change - PhD. Scholar-ships in Humanities and Social Sciences" scholarship program! Out of 197 applicants, Syeda's project, entitled "Another Islamic State: Transnational contestations on the creation of a Muslim nation in Afghanistan" was top choice. Congratulations, Syeda!

(Distributed July 11, 2016)

Hilary Silver Awarded The Robert and Helen Lynd Career-Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Hilary Silver has been awarded The Robert and Helen Lynd Career-Lifetime Achievement Award for her valuable contributions to scholarship in community and urban sociology as well as long and wide-ranging commitment to public engagement, teaching, and service.

The Robert and Helen Lynd Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes distinguished career achievement in community and urban sociology. Congratulations, Hilary!

(Distributed June 23, 2016)
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