Sociology presentations at the NCSA Conference

Four undergraduates and two graduate students presented at the North Central Sociological Association (NCSA) Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA on April 5-18. Students presenting their individual work include graduate students Lacey Caporale, Luma Al Masarweh and undergraduate students Brittany Rabb, Erin Buttars, Mary Therese Escueta, and Sarah Jammal.  The undergraduate students received travel award funds from Alpha Kappa Delta to support their conference travels.

Presentations of work below:
“Symbolic Prejudice in an Inner-Ring Suburb: Class Conflict, Race, and the Fight over Public School Funding” – Brittany Rabb
“Gentrification and Surveillance: The Detroit Shoreway Camera Initiative” – Lacey Caporale
“Exclusion and Underrepresentation of Middle Eastern Immigrants In Sociological Journals” – Luma Al Masarweh
“Our Story, Our Voice: Bolstering Women’s Empowerment in Higher Education” – Erin Buttars
“I Do Wanna Dance: The Lived Experiences of Professional Dancers of Color” – MaryTherese Escueta
“Confronting the Problem Where it Occurs: A Locational Analysis of the Northeast Ohio Opioid Epidemic” – Sarah Jammal