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Upcoming Events

Thursday, May 5

Elizabeth Roberto Princeton University Sociology Department
"Measuring Inequality and Segregation"
165 Wallace Hall, pizza and soft drinks will be served with the presentation beginning at 6:30 p.m. 6:00pm
Sponsored By: CITP - Theorodology Workshop

Friday, May 6

Elizabeth A. Armstrong University of Michigan
Melvin Tumin Lecture on Inequality: Paying for the Party
Bowl 001, Robertson Hall 4:30pm

Thursday, May 12

Jennifer Hochschild Harvard University
“Class Matters among African Americans, Anglos, Latinos, and Asian Americans”
165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm
Sponsored By: The Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, May 19

Lynne Haney New York University
“Punishment and Child Support: How Institutions of Social Control Shape the Lives of Men and Families”
165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm
Sponsored By: The Center for Migration and Development

News and Announcements

Three New Faculty to Join the Department in 2016

Dalton Conley, Adam Goldstein and and Ellis Monk will join the department in the fall of 2016. Read more.

Liz Roberto featured in News at Princeton article

Liz Roberto is featued in an article about Princeton's postdoc community.  Read more.

Sociology major Briana Payton receives Truman Scholarship award for public service

Princeton University junior Briana Payton has been awarded a 2016 Truman Scholarship, which provides up to $30,000 toward graduate school. Read more.

Kim Scheppele elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Kim Scheppele has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.  More information about the Academy and a list of members can be found here.

Graduate Student Emilce Santana Featured in Article

Third year graduate student Emilce Santana shares her impressions of the University in News at Princeton.  Read more.

Senior Lorenzo Laing featured on News at Princeton

Princeton University senior Lorenzo Laing connects sociology and hip-hop in a video feature on News at Princeton.  Read more.

Margaret Frye featured on News at Princeton

Margaret Frye discusses her research in a recent article on News at Princeton. Read more.