DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

FALL 2011 WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS AND LECTURES

Date

Time

Seminar

Location

Speaker and Title

9/9/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Peggy Thoits: “Role-Identity Salience, Purpose and Meaning in Life, and Well-Being”

9/9/2011

2:30-5pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

J. Scott Long: Principles of workflow with Stata

9/10/2011

WIM

Library 503

Introduction to R Workshop, part I

9/16/2011

2:30pm

Grimshaw
Lecture

IMU University Club

Wendy Griswold: “How the Federal Writers' Project Accidentally Diversified American Culture and Why It Matters Today”

9/17/2011

WIM

Library 503

Introduction to R Workshop, part II

9/23/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Casey Oberlin and Oren Pizmony-Levy: “Beyond Access: Exploring Utilization Patterns of a Free Clinic”

9/23/2011

1:30-3pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

John H. Stanfield II: Ethical and political considerations in doing research in communities of color

9/24/2011

10-2pm

IIDS

 

Jack Martin: “Dissertation Funding”

9/27/2011

4-6pm

WIM

Library 503

General Linear Model Workshop, part I

9/28/2011

6-8pm

PSF

Fine Arts Building 102

Joseph Kosciw, GLSEN: “Making It Better: Improving School Climate For LGBT Youth”

9/30/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

David Heise: "Computer Modeling of Small Group Interactions"

9/30/2011

3-4:30pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

John R. Baumann: Workshop on avoiding and addressing research misconduct

10/1/2011

1-3pm

WIM

Library 503

Introduction to Stata Workshop, part I

10/4/2011

4-6pm

WIM

Library 503

General Linear Model Workshop, part II

10/7/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Alexander Lu: “Volunteerism and Health Risk Behaviors”

10/7/2011

2-3:30pm

GRC

KSISR 201

Shandu Foster: "Lifetime Attempted Suicide within a Transgender Population: The Effect of Race/Ethnicity and Passing"

10/7/2011

3-5pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

Patricia McManus: An introduction to analyzing panel data

 

10/1/2011

1-3pm

WIM

Library 503

Introduction to Stata Workshop, part II

10/14/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Abigail Sewell: Opening the Black Box: Towards an Understanding of Causal Structures of Racial Health Disparities”

10/21/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Kosali Simon: "Married to your Health Insurance? The Relationship between Marital Disruption and Health Insurance"

10/21/2011

2:30-4:30pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

Tom W. Smith, NORC: “The General Social Survey and the International Social Survey Program: Monitoring American across time and in comparative perspective”

10/28/2011

10-11:30

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

Andrew Bennett: Research design for case studies

10/28/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Shawna Rohrman and Christy Erving: "Psychological Well-Being, Perceived Discrimination, and Acculturation: Evidence from the Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study"

10/28/2011

2-3:30pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

Andrew Bennett: Typological theorizing and case selection in case study research

11/4/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Steve Hitlin, Iowa

11/4/2011

2-3:30pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

Alan R. Dennis: Theory construction in the social sciences

11/7/2011

6pm

SPEA/SOC

Wells Library

Room 001

James A. Evans, University of Chicago: “Semantic networks and the construction of science”

11/11/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Bill Corsaro: "Children and Civic Society: Italian and Norwegian Children and Youth Perception and Participation in Civic Events Related to Life Transitions"

11/11/2011

2:30-4pm

WIM

Woodburn Hall 200

Russell Lyons: Fat chance: Adventures in debunking

11/11/2011

2-3:30pm

GRC

KSISR 201

Karen Li: "States of Marriage: Law, Nation-Building, and Marriage Crises in Modern China"; Christy Erving: "Are you Black or Caribbean? Understanding the Racial and Ethnic Identities of Caribbean Blacks in the United States" 

11/18/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Eric Grollman: "Perceived Discrimination and Health among Transgender and Gender Non-Confirming Adults"

11/19/2011

Noon

IIDS

TBA

Tim Hallett, Emily Meanwell, Laura Backstrom “Demystifying Qualitative Research”

12/2/2011

Noon

SHeL

KSISR 100

Amy Irby: "Because I don't know: Perceptions of Discrimination in Health Care."

12/2/2011

9am-12

LAW/SOC

Maurer School of Law

Symposium on Human Trafficking

12/2/2011

2-3:30pm

GRC

KSISR 201

Jennifer Puentes and Matt Gougherty: "Gender, Race, and Class in Etiquette Books"

12/2/2011

12:1:30pm

SPEA/SOC

ROOM-TBD

Christopher Marquis, Harvard Business School: “Punctuated Generosity: Events, Communities, and Corporate Philanthropy in the United States, 1980-2006”