Faculty Spotlight

Immigrant family separations

Dr. Lippard speaks to separation of immigrant families
Jun 22, 2018

Click on the following link for the news story: Separating immigrant families. ...

Dr. Cameron Lippard

Dr. Cameron Lippard Becomes Editor of Sociological Inquiry & Sociation Today
Mar 21, 2018

Starting in the Fall of 2018, Dr. Cameron Lippard will serve as the Senior Editor for Sociation Today, North Carolina Sociological Association’s ope...

Students and Faculty at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian

Dr. Anastacia Schuloff Takes Students on a Field Trip to Cherokee, North Carolina
Mar 21, 2018

As part of her SOC 4560: Race and Ethnicity course last Fall, Dr. Anastacia Schuloff planned a field trip for her students to Cherokee, North Carolina...

Dr. Beth Davison

Dr. Beth Davison Receives Innovation Scholars Program Award
Mar 21, 2018

University Documentary Film Services, received a $10,000 grant to pursue her project in establishing a minitheater at the National Park Service’s &n...

Dr. stef shuster

Dr. stef shuster receives two awards
Mar 21, 2018

Assistant professor, Dr. stef shuster, has been busy this semester racking up awards. Their first award comes from the editors of the Journal of ...

Gender Remains Defining Feature of Marriage Proposals
Mar 9, 2018

Dr. Ellen Lamont research focuses on dating, hookups, and courtship. Her scholarship has been published in several top ranked journals, and she recent...

“Boys to Men: Masculinity and the Next Mass Shooting”
Mar 2, 2018

The recent mass shooting in Parkland, Florida has made some people wonder if masculinity is a culprit inciting  violence by young men. On  F...

Interdisciplinary Research leads to Comprehensive Book about Contemporary Perspectives on War around the World
Mar 2, 2018

Interdisciplinary Research leads to Comprehensive Book about Contemporary Perspectives on War around the World BOONE, N.C. – War is ever presen...

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter: Drs. Lippard and Sanchagrin to Speak at UNCW
Mar 14, 2017

After the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the murder of Treyvon Martin in 2013, three African American community organizers (Alicia Garza, Patrisse ...

So you wanna hook up?

Drs. Lamont and Roach Embark on New Research Agenda about LGBTQ "Hooking-Up"
Aug 11, 2016

This fall sociology professors Teresa Roach and Ellen Lamont and undergraduate research assistant Sope Kahn will begin data collection on a ...