Dan Cornfield is quoted in several news sources about the union organizing campaign at Volkswagen-Chattanooga. Professor Cornfield was quoted in the New York Times on January 29th, Canada’s The Globe and Mail on February 10th, BBC News on February 13th, the New York Times on February 16th, Al Jazeera America’s “Consider This” on February 17th, and Canada’s Maclean’s Magazine on February 21st.
Josh Murray is quoted in the Bloomberg News on October 11, 2013, which features a story focusing on baseball and drug use. Click here for the full story.
Tyson Brown spoke about the state of race relations and immigrant assimilation in the United States on NPR’s “On Point” on October 1, 2013. Click Here to Listen to the Story.
Ernest Q. Campbell, professor emeritus of sociology, former chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and dean emeritus of the Graduate School at Vanderbilt University, died July 28 at his home in Nashville.
Pallavi Banerjee has an article published for Ms. Magazine blog on June 19, 2013, titled “An Immigrant Wife’s Place? In the Home, According to Visa Policy”. Click here for the full story.
Prof. Karen Campbell is awarded the Katherine Jocher-Belle Boone Beard Award from the Southern Sociological Society in 2013. The award recognizes distinguished scholarly contributions to the understanding of gender and society.
Katharine Donato is quoted in the New York Times on April 4, 2013, which features a story focusing on the changes in Mexican immigration to the United States. Click here for the full story.
Richard Lloyd is quoted in the New York Times on March 17, 2013, which features a story focusing Kasey Musgraves rising as a vocal artist. Richard Lloyd studies the Nashville music scene. Click here for the full article.
Daniel Cornfield collaborated with VU law professor Alistair Newbern and the Nashville for All of Us coalition in the preparation of “Partnering for an Equitable and Inclusive Nashville,” a Background Report on Equity & Inclusion for NashvilleNext, Metro Nashville Government’s 25-year social policy planning program. The report was released by Metro Nashville Government on February 25, 2013.