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Sociology News Archive

Past news, events and happenings from the Randolph College Sociology department.

3/31/2014 — 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.
11/5/2013 — Sociology professor Danielle Currier publishes research on hookup culture.
The article appeared in the October issue of Gender & Society
1/17/2013 — 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.
9/20/2012 — 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.
4/1/2011 — Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
4/1/2011 — Profile: Aaron Humphreys '11 - Learning to Lead
Aaron seized the opportunity to make history as a founding member of Randolph's first soccer team.
4/1/2011 — Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Learning How to Learn
Metacognition concept adds new element to interdisciplinary Good Earth course.
2/17/2011 — 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.
12/1/2010 — 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.
10/10/2010 — Daniel Farr to appear in Pushing Daisies Anthology
“The Queer, Quirky World of Pushing Daisies.”
10/10/2010 — Daniel Farr to serve as guest journal editor
Special issue on Fat Masculinities for Men and Masculinities
10/10/2010 — Professor Co-authors Chapter on Queer Indian Documentary: Khush
Daniel Farr, Sociology and Jennifer Gauthier, Communications
4/29/2010 — Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
4/20/2010 — Daniel Farr Publishes Article in Anthology
"A Very Personal World: Advertisement and Identity of Trans-persons on Craigslist
4/20/2010 — Daniel Farr Publishes Article in "Radical Teacher"
Title: Problematizing Sex and Gender with Transgender Marriage Law
4/20/2010 — Daniel Farr to Serve as Guest Editor for Journal
Men and Masculinities in Women's Studies
2/1/2010 — Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Living Sociology
Professor Brad Bullock's research leads to service learning trip to St. Lucia, national publication.
7/1/2009 — Brad Bullock and Sabita Manian Explore Indo-Caribbean Identity
Book chapter is published
7/1/2009 — Brad Bullock publishes chapter in new book
Gendered Consequences of Colonialism
4/20/2009 — Alpha Kappa Delta Inducts Eight
Students honored for academic achievement in sociology
4/17/2009 — Jaime Hartless Presents Research at Symposium
Study test the importance of religion in American society in the face of increasing secularization.
4/17/2009 — Smriti Thapa Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at factors which affect class participation among female Asian students.