May. 2, 2022—Prof. Dan Cornfield served on a panel on “Science in Partisanship” at the 2022 annual National Undergraduate Conference on Scientific Journalism. The Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal is one of 17 member journals of NUCSJ which seeks to “to create a collaborative network for undergraduate science journalism, initiate conversations about research dissemination, and positively impact future...
Dan Cornfield is quoted by Reuters on the landmark Amazon Labor Union victory at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse.
Apr. 4, 2022—Dan Cornfield is quoted by Reuters on the landmark Amazon Labor Union victory at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse.
Mar. 29, 2022—Vanderbilt student Daniel Ardity (Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholar, Class of ’24) won the bronze for Excellence in Undergraduate Research at this year’s Southeastern Undergraduate Sociology Symposium
Nov. 20, 2020—Grad student Yu-Ri Kim publishes in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: “Classed education trajectories and intimate partnering of international students: a case of Chinese international undergraduate students in the United States”
Oct. 29, 2020—Philip J. Pettis was awarded a research grant from the Tides Center for his project, titled “I feel like I have to be a Super Jew to Prove Myself”: The Role of Reflected Appraisals on Identity Work Among Jews of Color.
Oct. 12, 2020—Prof. Mariano Sana publishes in International Migration Review “Public Opinion on Refugee Policy in the United States, 1938-2019: Increasing Support for Refugees and the Sympathy Effect“.
Prof. Larry Isaac publishes in Social Forces with Jonathan Coley, Dan Cornfield and Dennis Dickerson
Aug. 10, 2020—Prof. Larry Isaac publishes with former grad student Jonathan Coley, and Vanderbilt faculty Dan Cornfield and Dennis Dickerson. Larry Isaac, Jonathan Coley, Dan Cornfield, and Dennis Dickerson, “Pathways to Modes of Movement Participation: Micro-mobilization in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Social Forces (September, 2020): 255-280
Jul. 1, 2020—Grad student Ryan Talbert receives an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Sociology at the University of Connecticut.