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Sociology News

News, events and happenings from the Randolph College Sociology department.

Student research explores motivations and obstacles for volunteers
Abigail Smith ’15 hopes her Summer Research project will help more young adults to spend time serving others in their communities.
Michael Kimmel to speak at Randolph
An expert on gender and masculinity, Michael Kimmel will discuss issues faced by coed college students at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Wimberly Recital Hall.
Sociology professor Danielle Currier publishes research on hookup culture.
The article appeared in the October issue of Gender & Society
Zach Scott ’14 helps teens aim for college
A sociology major, Zach Scott filled an internship in which he taught high school students study skills and other college preparation tactics. He also helped homeless people find housing.
Finding A Voice
Christina Budd ’13, a transfer student majoring in history and minoring in sociology, talks about how life at Randolph has helped increase her confidence and her willingness to be involved.
Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Profile: Aaron Humphreys '11 - Learning to Lead
Aaron seized the opportunity to make history as a founding member of Randolph's first soccer team.
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Learning How to Learn
Metacognition concept adds new element to interdisciplinary Good Earth course.
VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
Professor Co-authors Chapter on Queer Indian Documentary: Khush
Daniel Farr, Sociology and Jennifer Gauthier, Communications
Daniel Farr to serve as guest journal editor
Special issue on Fat Masculinities for Men and Masculinities
Daniel Farr to appear in Pushing Daisies Anthology
“The Queer, Quirky World of Pushing Daisies.”
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Daniel Farr to Serve as Guest Editor for Journal
Men and Masculinities in Women's Studies
Daniel Farr Publishes Article in "Radical Teacher"
Title: Problematizing Sex and Gender with Transgender Marriage Law
Daniel Farr Publishes Article in Anthology
"A Very Personal World: Advertisement and Identity of Trans-persons on Craigslist
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Living Sociology
Professor Brad Bullock's research leads to service learning trip to St. Lucia, national publication.
Brad Bullock and Sabita Manian Explore Indo-Caribbean Identity
Book chapter is published
Brad Bullock publishes chapter in new book
Gendered Consequences of Colonialism

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