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Jane Sell Fellowship

Donate to Dr. Jane Sell Graduate Fellowship

Posted April 28, 2021

The Department of Sociology recently founded the Dr. Jane Sell Graduate Fellowship to provide funding for graduate students who are working to understand the causes and consequences of social inequality in groups. This fellowship will be given out annually to a graduate student researching topics like social justice, status inequality, inequality in groups, the use […]

Theresa Morris

Sociology Colloquium, 5/5/2021

Posted April 28, 2021

Eyes Wide Shut: Using Accreditation Regulation to Address the “Pass the Harasser” Problem in Higher Education Dr. Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University J.D., LL.M., J.S.D. Susan Fortney, Texas A&M University School of Law Universities and colleges have long struggled with sexual harassment and misconduct, pervasive harms that they have only recently been forced to confront […]

Jingqiu Ren

Texas A&M Sociology Graduate Student: Senate Anti-Hate Bill is a “Positive Step”

Posted April 28, 2021

By Alex Bukoski Published: Apr. 27, 2021 at 5:23 PM CDT Read original article and watch the interview in the KBTX website BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The U.S. Senate recently passed the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act with overwhelming bipartisan support. The bill now heads to the House for approval before it makes its way to President […]

Anti-AAPI Violence Roundtable

Ending Anti-AAPI Violence and Racism

Posted April 20, 2021

Connecting Atlanta to Indianapolis to TAMU Friday, April 23, 2021 2–4pm Zoom session Meeting ID: 926 1072 0672 Passcode: 187992 If you cannot join with video, you can connect to the Zoom session via phone: 1–346–248–7799 Panelists Cara Wallis (Associate Professor, Department of Communication) Felipe Hinojosa (Associate Professor, Department of History) Chaitanya Lakkimsetti (Associate Professor, […]