Pushing them to the edge: Suicide in immigrant detention centers as a product of organizational failure
Dr. Patti Giuffre and MA Sociology alum, Courtney Caviness, discuss their research about workplace policies and practices impacting LGBTQ communities.
2021 Department of Sociology Awards & Alpha Kappa Delta Virtual Banquet
Dr. Christian Bolden (BS '03, MA '05) was honored at the 2021 College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards
Former graduate student Maggie Leon-Corwin (with Matthew Thomas Clement and Chad L. Smith) published an article that explores the connection between racial diversity and pollution levels in Houston are
Dr. Watt will be leading a national research team to investigate the level of campus support in Texas and to identify how these support practices relate to retention and graduation rates for SEFC.
Dr. Johnson has been nominated as one of the Alpha Chi Favorite Professors for 2020
Amanda Couve (MSDA ’18) and Dr. Joseph Kotarba presented their PowerPoint on Ethnographic Methods, Music & Aging at a symposium at the GSA 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting in November.
"Sociology professor looks at the culture of the charro in Mexico’s society"
Dr. Chris Johnson and Dr. David Dietrich published a chapter in a forthcoming book edited by a Sociology Professor from University of New Delhi, Dr. Mala Shankardass.
Dr. Rachel Romero has been named a Regent’s Teacher (Recognizing Outstanding Teaching and Innovation in the Classroom) by the Texas State University System!
Teaching: Prof. Gayle Bouzard
Scholarly/creative: Dr. Seoyoun Kim, Dr. Nathan Pino
Teaching: Dr. Deborah Harris
Service: Dr. Patti Giuffre
Drs. Martinez, Price, and Kotarba celebrate milestone years of service
Dr. Chad L. Smith, Dr. Gregory Hooks and Dr. Michael Lengefeld (BS '08, MA '11), recently published "Treadmills of Production and Destruction in the Anthropocene" in the Journal of World-Systems Research
Dr. Debarun Majumdar, Honorary Professor of International Studies
Dr. Patti Giuffre and her colleague, Dr. Gretchen Webber recently published “’Be a Gutsy Girl”: Essentialism in Success-at-Work Books for Women” in the journal, Gender Issues.
Assistant Professor, Dr. Seoyoun Kim, won an Innovative aging research award from national non-profit organization, Mather Institute.
Congratulations to Dr. Gloria P. Martinez for her appointment as the Director of the Center for Diversity and Gender Studies
Drs. Michael Lengefeld (BS 2008, MA 2011) & Chad Smith recently published a timely commentary linking zoonotic spillover & sociology by exploring the role that normal accidents & treadmill theory play in un
Congratulations to Dr. Kyong Hee Chee on her promotion from Associate Professor to Professor
Dr. Deborah Harris and Dr. Patti Giuffre recently published an article about the effect of the #Metoo movement in the restaurant industry.
Dr. Beatriz Aldana Marquez, and her research team wrote an oped about immigration detention and coronavirus to highlight how the spread of the virus will lead to the mass death of immigrants.
Dr. Matt Clement and Dr. Nathan W. Pino, used a model in the shape of a Star Wars Millennium Falcon to predict if the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) were interconnected.
Dr. Anderson will receive his award at JV Educational’s 18th Annual International Males of Color Empowerment and Retention Conference later this year
MS in Dementia & Aging was ranked one of the top online graduate programs for gerontology!
The College of Liberal Arts features Dr. Toni Watt's compelling research on effects of childhood trauma.
Dr. Patti Giuffre on Women’s Relationships at Work: Women’s History Month in the College of Liberal Arts
The conference explored the idea of truth from a meaningful, critical, and curiosity-inducing perspective, noting that truthfulness comes from a variety of sources.
For over 25 years, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has partnered with organizations seeking to diversify their workforce
"The depth and breadth of research in the humanities at Texas State is impressive," said Gene Bourgeois, provost and vice president for academic affairs.