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May 2022

Hekmatpour accepts a teaching Assistant professor position at OSU, Tulsa


Congratulations to Peyman Hekmatpour, who recently accepted a Teaching Assistant Professor position in the Department of Sociology at Oklahoma State University (Tulsa Campus). Peyman will be starting at OSU-Tulsa in the spring of 2023, and will continue to teach and do research in the areas of social stratification, quantitative methods, global and transnational sociology, and environmental sociology. 

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May 2022

Joseph successfully defends his MA Thesis


Congratulations to Deeon Joseph who successfully defended his M.A. thesis, "Disorder, Disorganization, and Delinquency: A mediation Analysis of Environmental Disorder, Extra-Curricular Activities, and Delinquency  from Early to Late Adolescence." His committee included Julie Gerlinger(Chair), Trina Hope, and Mitch Peck.

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May 2022

Graduate Sociology Award Winners!



Congratulations to all the graduate Sociology Award winners for 2021.  The Department of Sociology at the University of Oklahoma presents two graduate students awards for excellence in research, teaching/TA work, and service to the department as well as several fellowships for summer research.

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April 2022

Vo successfully defends her MA Thesis


 

Congratulations to Tiffanie Vo who successfully defended her M.A. thesis, "Parenthood Premiums and Penalties among Asian American Workers: Exploring the Income Differences across Gender, Marriage, and Parenthood ." Her committee included Cyrus Schleifer(Chair), Ian Carrillo, and Sam Perry. 

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April 2022

Dr. Maher Wins Provost’s Community Engagement Award


 

Congratulation to OU Sociology Dr. Erin Maher who has recieved the Provost’s Community Engagement Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity. This award is given to faculty who have shown evidence of "mutually beneficial partnership with community organizations and leaders, research addressing critical community needs,  and important and innovative community-based research within the last three years". 

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