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SPRING 2017

Brownbag Seminar Series 

  • January 20, 12:45-1:45
    Daniel Adkins, Ph.D., assistant professor, Sociology, University of Utah

    Social Inequality, Epigenetics, Adaptation
  • March 3, 12:45-1:45        
    Michael Timberlake, Ph.D.,  professor, Sociology, University of Utah

    Stuck with the Blues: Underdevelopment and Racism in the Mississippi Delta. 

  • April 21, 12:45-1:45         
    Daniel Auerbach, graduate student, Sociology, University of Utah  

    Agent Orange After the Vietnam War: Militarization, International Inequality, and the Environment 

Caught in the Web Film Series -  by Sociology Student Advisory Committee

  • March 8     2:00-4:00   S BEH S Auditorium
    We are Legion
    This documentary film is about the workings and beliefs of the self-described "hacktivist" collective, Anonymous.
  • March 29 2:00-4:00 S BEH Auditorium
    Snowden
    Snowden
    is a biographical film that explores the efforts of Edward Snowden in exposing classified information against the United States.
  • April 10  2:00-4:00   S BEH Auditorium
    Audrie & Daisy
    This documentary includes the stories of two American high school students, Audrie Pott and Daily Coleman, and their experiences of rape and cyberbullying.

Drinks and Dialogue

  • Every Thursday 12:00-1:00     BEH S 315
    Free coffee & tea
    Meet undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty of the sociology department. What's on your mind?

Population and Health Seminar Series

  • January 27, 12:45 to 1:45
    Candace Chow, post-doc with Center for Clinical and Translational Science

    An Exploratory Study of Physician Identities and Patient Care
  • February 24 12:45 to 1:45
    Adam Lippert, Ph.D., Sociology Department of University of Colorado Denver

    Growing Up and Wearing Down:  How Combinations of Work and Family Circumstances Are Associated with Stress-Related Health Impairments Among Young Adult Women.   
  • March 2  12:00-1:30 
    Theodore Gerber, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia and Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Migrants in Contemporary Russia: Context of Reception and Socioeconomic Position

    Catered lunch will be provided.  We request your RSVP to: angela.midgley@soc.utah.edu by Monday, February 27th.

 

Last Updated: 3/2/17