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Occupy Wall Street: Unions join protests. Will message change?


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10/06/2011

Dingeman-Cerda receives NSF grant to study impact of deportation on El Salvadoran immigrants


M. Kathleen Dingeman-Cerda, sociology graduate student, has received a $9,500 grant from the National Science Foundation to study how current U.S. immigration and deportation policies and practices impact the lives of Salvadoran immigrants. 

09/26/2011

Gillespie receives grant from NSF to study impact of parent-child cohesion on residence choices


Brian Joseph Gillespie, sociology graduate student, has received a $14,900 grant from the National Science Foundation to study how early parent-child cohesion impacts later residential proximity of young adults and their parents. 

09/26/2011

Shorette receives NSF grant to study global fair trade organizations


Kristen Shorette, sociology graduate student, has received a $10,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study how fair trade organizations impact the global market place. 

09/26/2011

Clothes make the man and his race, study shows


If Mark Twain was right, and clothes really do make the man, do they also make his race? According to new research from UCI sociologist Andrew Penner, it would appear so. 

09/22/2011
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