Professor Melanie M. Hughes interviewed on NPR on “Why Does Pennsylvania Elect So Few Women to Political Office?”
Professor Melanie Hughes was recently interviewed on NPR radio on the topic of “Why Does Pennsylvania Elect So Few Women to Political Office?”
Professor Jackie Smith is the winner of this year's Iris Marion Young Award for Political Engagement
Congratulations to Jackie Smith who is the faculty winner of this year's Iris Marion Young Award for Political Engagement sponsored by the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program. The awards ceremony will take place on Thursday, November 17 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the William Pitt Union, and there is a panel on Art, Gentrification, and Urban Communities
Professor Epitropoulos's Pittsburgh Area Studies course featured in PittNews
Sociology Major Aarti Kumar named Homecoming Queen
New edition of Joshua Bloom's Black Against Empire
Dr. Joshua Bloom won the award for distinguished scholarship in social movements from ASA, honorable mention
Dean Kathleen Blee honored by Eastern Sociological Society
Bhavini Patel wins Center on Race and Social Problems Best Student Paper on Race Award
Elizabeth Stoyle Wins 2016 Chancellor’s Staff Award
Professors Waverly Duck and Mike Epitropoulos 2016 Student Choice Winners!
Congratulations to Mohammed Bamyeh on the publication of his report, "Social Sciences in the Arab World: Forms of Presence"
Dean Kathleen Blee is the 2016 Winner of the McCarthy Award
Q & A with Dr. Waverly Duck featured in the Pitt Chronicle
Waverly Duck's New Book Publication
“Remarkably original. No Way Out is deeply infused with knowledge of the ethnographic literature that has identified today’s still acute policy issues in poor, urban, mostly black—and often crime-ridden—communities.