Faculty News

Maria Krysan's new book is cited in a CityLab article

In the CityLab article, “I Hate-Watch ‘House Hunters’ to Understand Segregation,” WBEZ journalist Natalie Moore writes about the legacy of housing segregation that is often reflected in families’ housing choices. Moore cites Cycle of…

Barbara Risman is interviewed on Kansas Public Radio

Kansas Public Radio’s “Perspective” interviewed Barbara Risman, LAS distinguished professor, about millennials’ changing social structures and behaviors related to gender. 

Sharon Collins wins the Founder's Award from ASA SREM

We are pleased to share that Sharon Collins, Associate Professor Emerita, received the American Sociological Association Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities’ Founder’s Award. This award recognizes career excellence in scholarship and service.

Barbara Risman's research is cited in The Daily Beast

Barbara Risman’s research on millennial’s attitudes about gender was cited in The Daily Beast’s article, “The Well-Intentioned Boomer’s Guide to Gender Pronouns.” Barbara Risman is professor of sociology and an LAS distinguished professor.