Dr. Tara Opsal has been awarded an Ann Gill Faculty Development Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity in the College of Liberal Arts. Her winning project is Penitentiaries on the Plains: Rural Economies, Identities, and the Carceral State. In her proposal, Dr. Opsal says this is one component of a larger comparative project that examines the […]
Dr. Pat Hastings has been awarded an Ann Gill Faculty Development Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity in the College of Liberal Arts. His winning proposal is Rethinking Consumption Inequality: Investigating Differences by Types of Consumption and Consumers. In his proposal, Dr. Hastings describes how he will investigate what has happened to consumption inequality during the […]
The Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab team invited Tara Opsal to join the Colorado Applied Research and Action Network (CARAN). As a CARAN fellow, she will be among a select group of outstanding researchers who are committed to improving the lives of Colorado residents. CARAN fellows will serve an important role in asking and answering […]
Pat Mahoney has been selected as a Loren W. Crabtree Global Teaching Scholar for the Fall 2020 CSU Semester at Sea (SAS) voyage. Four CSU faculty members are chosen for this honor on each voyage. SAS moved its offices to the CSU campus in 2016, and well-deserving Global Teaching Scholars have been boarding the ship since. This article describes […]
The study offers an outstanding examination of how inequality manifests itself in individuals’ day-to-day lives, how individuals react to such inequality, and the possible consequences of their actions for the rest of society.
“Income Inequality and Household Labor” published in Social Forces received an award at the 2018 ASA meeting.
The Rural Sociological Society (RSS) Excellence in Research Award for recognizes excellent scholarship in researching significant rural issues.
Jeni joins a select group of leading industry professionals who will guide the continuous evolution of concepts in the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL™), the premier building rating system focusing exclusively on the impacts of buildings on human health and wellness.
His project will examine the relationship in the U.S. between parental investments in children and family structure, and then—by combining the results with demographic projects of family structure—generate new projections how of class gaps in parental investment are likely to evolve in the coming decades.
Colorado State University’s food systems research team has received $1 million in support from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR), a nonprofit established through bipartisan congressional support in the 2014 Farm Bill. The $1 million award is being matched by several other organizations, for a total of $2 million in research funding for the CSU team to address today’s food and agriculture challenges.