Sociology Professor Tim Black was interviewed on Cleveland News 5 to offer a sociological perspective of the ongoing controversies in Ohio schools and school boards. His comments illustrate the value of a sociological framework for making sense of some aspects of a complex and dynamic social reality. Be sure...
CWRU Sociology Alum John Schumacher published a book reflecting his research on geriatric emergency departments and care delivery models for older adults. Creating a Geriatric Emergency Department: A Practical Guide was published by Cambridge University Press in December 2021. John is currently Co-Director of the UMBC/UMB Gerontology Doctoral Program.
Where? Rome and Florence, Italy
Why? Explore differences in US and Italian family life.
How? Immerse yourselves in Italian culture, visit local schools and the Vatican’s medical system, meet with Italy’s policy makers, explore UNICEF’s international policy center.
Cost? $2,800 per student. Students responsible for flight cost and scheduling.
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Adding to the extensive collection of CWRU Sociology books, Professor Dale Dannefer’s book Age and the Reach of Sociological Imagination: Power, Ideology and the Life Course was published in August 2021.
Congratulations, Professor Dannefer!
Sociology major Jiara Sanders won the 2021 James Dysart Magee Award! This prestigious award is given to one outstanding social and behavioral science major each year.
Hearty Congratulations, Jiara!
Cassi Pittman Claytor's work on racism in the retail sector, Beyond Living the Dream, was featured in the Summer 2021 issue of Art/Sci. She was also the lead story in The Daily on August 10, 2021.
In her book, Black Privilege: Modern Middle-Class Blacks with Credentials and Cash to Spend (2020),...