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Colloquium Series

Note: All presentations begin promptly at 3:00 - 4:00 pm  in the Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061).  For more information contact Dr. Noah Painter-Davis.

* March 31st Colloquium starts at 4:00pm

Professionalization Panel, SGSA

Date: 
Apr 28, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Workshop: "A Gentle Introduction to Social Network Analysis"

Date: 
Apr 17, 2017 - 02:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Ruben J. Thomas

Description:

The second Social Science Methods Workshop will be Monday April 17th at 2pm in the Sociology Commons, "A Gentle Introduction to Social Network Analysis." I'll introduce the basic ideas, approaches, and metrics used in network analysis, from a sociological perspective. This is partly to better prepare or refresh you for the day of network talks and workshops occurring the following Monday (Apr 24th, see attached ISS flyer), hosted by the Poli Sci dept and featuring a sociologist at UW-Seattle, Kate Stovel. 

Also note that while you don't need to rsvp for my little talk on the 17th, do rsvp to Steve Romero for the ISS events on the 24th, so they know how much food to order, etc.

Rectifying Quantitative Methods Through Critical Race Theory

Date: 
Mar 31, 2017 - 04:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Dr. Verónica Nelly Vélez and Nichole M. Garcia 

Clik here to download the flyer.

A Culture of Co-Authorship: an Illustration of Combining Insights from Criminology and the Study of Social Movements

Date: 
Mar 10, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Drs. Lisa Broidy and Wayne Santoro

Methods Workshop: Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Date: 
Feb 24, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Dr. Kendra Koivu

Similarity Between Deviant Peers: Developmental trends in Influence and Selection

Date: 
Jan 27, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Dr. Dan Ragan

Generational Decline? Segmented Assimilation Theory and Puerto Rican Political Incorporation

Date: 
Dec 09, 2016 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Wayne A. Santoro, María B. Vélez, and Harold J. Toro

Peer similarity on alcohol and tobacco use: Changes in the selection and socialization processes during adolescence

Date: 
Nov 11, 2016 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Dan Ragan

Graduate Student Professionalization Panel

Date: 
Oct 28, 2016 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Scholarship, Activism, and the Sociological Imagination

Date: 
Sep 23, 2016 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Drs. Bradley Olsen, Gordon Lee, Mary Fabri, and Ian Hansen will present Scholarship, Activism and the Sociological Imagination.

Making the Invisible Visible

Date: 
Sep 09, 2016 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
9.9.16 colloquiumDr. Nancy Lopez, Associate Professor of Sociology; Christopher Erwin, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics; Dr. Melissa Binder, Professor Economics, Director Masters of Public Policy and Mario ChavezUNM Health Policy Doctoral Fellow
Making the Invisible Visible Through Critical Race Theory & Intersectionality Praxis: Explaining Race-Gender-Class Gaps in Remedial Class Placement & Six-Year Graduation at a Public University in the U.S. Southwest, 1980-2015  

Upcoming Colloquia

Professionalization Panel, SGSA

Apr 28, 2017 - 03:00pm
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

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Workshop: "A Gentle Introduction to Social Network Analysis"

Apr 17, 2017 - 02:00pm
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Ruben J. Thomas

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Rectifying Quantitative Methods Through Critical Race Theory

Mar 31, 2017 - 04:00pm
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Dr. Verónica Nelly Vélez and Nichole M. Garcia 

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