Looking for a FANTASTIC opportunity to be involved with a great organization that works hard to address complex issues in South Wilmington? If so, apply for an internship with the SWPN! There has never been a better time to work on intersecting social, environmental, transportation, and policy issues in this vital community. See internship ad attached here.
Come see the documentary “Facing the Surge” September 27th at 7:30 PM. The film focuses on Norfolk, VA, and examines the myriad complexities of sea level rise and its potential impact on the community. From adaptation to resilience to managed retreat, Norfolk stands as an example of what many other coastal communities will need to deal with in various ways in the coming years. Co-Sponsored by the Delaware Environmental Institute and the Delaware Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Flier here.
I am very excited to help welcome a new cohort of students to UD this fall semester, and to another year of working with talented sociology undergraduate students! Both in the classroom and doing research in the field, our undergraduates are some of the brightest and most dedicated, showing their commitment to the power of sociology and to matters of social justice. Here’s the 2016 McLuckie Award winner Melisa Soysal! Melisa’s hard work in the classroom and her dedication to the residents of Southbridge really show what our students are capable of!
As someone who teaches research methods and statistics in a department of sociology and criminal justice, I can’t overstate the value of good quantitative data in shedding light on some of our most pressing social issues. Here’s a great visual display of data from a recent DOJ report on policing in Baltimore.
Vacancy for Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in my department at UD. Details here: Position_SOCICJ
I have the distinct pleasure of teaching Introduction to Sociological Research for the first time online this Summer 2016. A big shout out to the very helpful team at UD’s Faculty Commons (UD Faculty Commons) for the inspiration and technical expertise to make a multi-media online class a reality! From hand-written statistics to the use of a computer statistics program, to using lecture slides, visuals, websites, and much, much more, the folks at UD’s Faculty Commons can help you create an amazing online course! Here’s a sample!