Environmental Health News features Azmal Hossan’s Agents of Change cohort

Last fall, Ph.D. student Azmal Hossan was accepted to the Agents of Change in Environmental Health Fellowship, a joint initiative of George Washington University Milken Institute of Public Health and Environmental Health News. This spring, his cohort began a nine-month program to receive rigorous training on writing and publishing academic pieces on environmental health and environmental justice. […]

Azmal Hossan & SESYNC Graduate Pursuit cohort write blogpost

Originally published by National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) One Year Later: Climate gentrification Graduate Pursuit reflects on professional and personal growth Below, members of the Graduate Pursuit Pushed to the Edge: A Socio-Environmental Analysis of Climate Gentrification along the East Coast of the United States share what they’ve learned during their first year of working together on […]

Elena Windsong publishes research on racial space in Sociological Focus

Elena Ariel Windsong published “White and Latino Differences in Neighborhood Emotional Connections and the Racialization of Space” in Sociological Focus on June 23, 2021. ABSTRACT Topics of space and neighborhoods are important areas for the study of race and racial inequality. Based on a qualitative study of one middle-class neighborhood with a mix of whites […]

Dr. Berry transitions to Emeritus Professor after 50 years of service at CSU

Please join the Department of Sociology in thanking Dr. Ken Berry and wishing him well as he enters a new stage of his long and productive career. Beginning May 15, Emeritus Professor Berry will pursue opportunities beyond CSU. His next statistics book will be released July 28, and he and co-author Dr. Janis Johnston (’06) […]

KuoRay Mao promotes to tenured Associate Professor

President McConnell has approved the granting of tenure and promotion to Associate Professor of Sociology of Dr. KuoRay Mao, effective July 1, 2021. Congratulations, KuoRay!  Please read KuoRay’s profile here and kindly type his name into the search tool located at the top right corner of this page to find his recent scholarship, outreach, and […]

Jason Downing and SOC students win service-learning awards

Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff with Celebrate! Colorado State awards. This year, Jason Downing, Sociology students and the Food Bank for Larimer County were recognized as the 2021 Celebrate! Colorado State Service-Learning Award winners. Exceptional Achievement in Service-Learning […]

AAPI statement reaffirms our Call for Racial Justice

CSU Sociology reaffirms our commitment to the struggle for racial justice and commits to raising awareness of the valuable contributions our Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) colleagues make on campus and across the U.S. Read our full AAPI statement here. In June 2020, CSU Sociology faculty launched a Call for Racial Justice. They also […]

Annabel Ipsen receives Ann Gill Faculty Development Award

CSU’s College of Liberal Arts held its annual All-College Awards Reception virtually April 21, 2021. CLA announced the 2021-22 college award winners and recognized staff and faculty for their contributions to their units, the college, the university, and to their colleagues and their profession/discipline. Annabel Ipsen received an Ann Gill Faculty Development Award for her […]

Becca Chalit-Hernandez wins AFHVS Graduate Student Research Paper Award

Ph.D. student Becca Chalit-Hernandez has been awarded the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS) Graduate Student Research Paper Award for her paper, “Hunger Strikes and Differential Consciousness: Impure Contestation, Hunger, and the Building of Symbolic Futures.” AFHVS is a leading interdisciplinary food studies association. The committee for Becca’s prestigious award wrote, “This paper is […]