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Upcoming Events

Monday, February 15

Elizabeth Roberto Princeton University
Spatial Boundaries and the Local Context of Residential Segregation
165 Wallace Hall 12:15pm

Wednesday, February 17

Charles Payne University of Chicago
Fifty Years After Coleman: The Limits of Schooling, The Power of Poverty
165 Wallace Hall 12:00pm

Monday, February 29

Sara Lopus Princeton University
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165 Wallace Hall 12:15pm

Thursday, March 3

John Valadéz Public Broadcasting System (PBS) - Award Winning Documentarian
“The Head of Joaquín Murrieta” – Lynching and Resistance among Latinos in the American South West.”
190 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm
Sponsored By: Center for Migration and Development

Monday, March 7

Jacob Faber Princeton University
The Role of Race in Adjudication of Citizen Complaints Against the Chicago Police Department
165 Wallace Hall 12:15pm

News and Announcements

Margaret Frye featured on News at Princeton

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

Yu Xie named director of new Center on Contemporary China

Yu Xie, the Bert G. Kerstetter '66 University Professor of Sociology and the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), has been named the inaugural director of the Center on Contemporary China at Princeton University. Read more.

Elizabeth Roberto Joining the Department

Elizabeth Roberto will be joining the department in the fall of 2015 for a two year postdoctoral fellowship funded by the McDonnell Foundation Program on Complex Systems.  Roberto received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Yale in May 2015.  Roberto's research interests include social stratification and inequality, urban sociology, and complex adaptive systems.

Alexander Davis wins Teaching Award

The Graduate School has honored Alexander Davis, as well as six other graduate students from various departments, for its annual Teaching Awards in recognition of their outstanding abilities as teachers. Read more.

Angela Dixon Wins Award

Angela Dixon’s paper "Colorism and Classism Confounded: Perceptions of Discrimination in Latin America” has won the Society for the Study of Social Problem’s Division of Racial and Ethnic Minorities Outstanding Student Paper Award.