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!
My new publication in Sociological Forum, “Knowledge and Concern for Sea-Level Rise in an Urban Environmental Justice Community” (co-authored with Jennifer Egan), was noted in UDaily’s ‘For the Record’ this month:
Come join other Southbridge and local Wilmington residents at this year’s Southbridge Weekend! A totally free festival, the Southbridge Weekend has food, games, entertainment, and lots of useful information for the community. See the fliers here and come out to help promote ‘unity in the community!’
Free breakfast: July 9th, 8-10 AM, free breakfast at the Neighborhood House:
Southbridge Weekend: July 15th (senior night dance), 16th (festival), and 17th (gospel service). Each of these events happens in different places, so be sure to check out the flier:
Are you passionate about urban planning? How about pressing environmental, social, and policy issues in Delaware? If so, the South Wilmington Planning Network is looking for you – a new intern to work in the South Wilmington area. This is a very exciting opportunity to work in a vibrant community with unique challenges, as well as a broader area full of ongoing changes to the social, economic, and cultural landscape. Please see their website and the intern call below for more information.
There are still several events left for Earth Month, including sessions on environmental justice and careers related to the environment. Check out the website below for more information!
I am proud to be the faculty advisor to Lambda Pi Chi at UD. If you are looking for a sorority on campus devoted to empowering women, has a dedication to social justice, and that promotes unity, solidarity, and professional development, then look no further! Click Lambda Pi Chi for more information about the national chapter.