“Professor Laura Raynolds is the world’s foremost scholar on Fair Trade and one of the most prominent scholars of alternative agro-food networks more broadly. She is sought after as an advisor and mentor because of her reputation in the field, her passion for the subject, and her dedication to her students,” notes College of Liberal Arts Dean Benjamin Withers.
Pat Hastings presented his poster “Compared to Average? Geographic and Sociodemographic Reference Group Effects on Perceived Relative Income.”
Sbicca was elected to the Board of the Geographies of Food and Agriculture Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers.
The CSU Alumni Association’s Best Teacher Awards program recognizes faculty who have made a significant impact on their students.
Story by Office of Engagement. Originally published on SOURCE. CSU Community Engagement Scholarship Awards for BSHARP, Center for Community Partnerships At the annual Celebrate! Colorado State University event, two CSU-community programs received the inaugural CSU Community Engagement Scholarship Awards. The awards are an initiative of the Provost’s Council for Engagement, jointly established by the Office […]
Graduate student Nefratiri Weeks was awarded the Ingrid H. Rima Scholarship from the Association for Social Economics (ASE).
Opsal presented “Locked Up and Shut Out: The Consequences of Mass Incarceration and Reentry,” a Dialogues Around Difference event.
CSU Sociology graduate students India Luxton and Travis Milnes presented at the Midwestern Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in March 2018.
Mike Lacy and Prabha Unnithan led the “Meet Your Editors” session at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) in Minneapolis.
Women constitute nearly half of India’s population. This book is a rigorous social scientific examination of the issue of violence against women in India.