Ohio State Sociology In the News
Some generous undergraduate research awards were recently announced that were supported by Dr. Chris Knoester's undergraduate research mentoring. Emily Nothnagle received a $1200 Academic Enrichment Grant to present her Denman and Sports and Society Initiative award-winning undergraduate research thesis on "Sport participation and the development of grit" in April at a paper session at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport conference in Montreal, CA. Also, Madison Brown ($4,000) and Adelyn Arens ($3,000) received undergraduate research scholarships for their ongoing undergraduate research theses on "Determining pathways of health: A study of the role of social factors" and "Childhood sports participation and parent-child closeness throughout the life course," respectively. Emily (Anthropology, Psychology, & Music), Madison (Math), and Adelyn (Business Analytics) are non-sociology majors who have been using National Sports and Society Survey data.
The following were profiled in the ASC Monthly Media Mentions
- Where white people go, where Black people go: Cellphone data reveals how segregated Bostonians are in their movements
Christopher Browning, professor of sociology | The Boston Globe | Oct. 29
- Netflix series 'You' parallels stalking on college campuses
Mary Reiter, lecturer in sociology | The Lantern | Nov. 8
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