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mission of the Sociology and Criminal Justice Graduate Student
Conference is to recognize and foster the development of junior scholars
and their research. This yearly event facilitates faculty mentorship
and critical feedback toward the development of graduate and
undergraduate research. The annual Graduate Student Conference should
provide students with the opportunity to build professional skills,
establish networking opportunities, receive feedback regarding ongoing
student research, and most importantly, it will aim to cultivate an
environment for a community of scholars.
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On Friday February 16, 2018 the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice will be hosting it's 11th annual Graduate Student Conference. The conference will be held in the Trabant Student Center Multipurpose Room B from 9:00AM to 4:30PM
The theme is "Bridging the Gap: Social Sciences and
the Communities we Study". Dr. Yasser Payne and his Street PAR Team will be
presenting in the morning, followed by roundtable presentations from students
sharing their work from various stages in the research process, an invited
panel of graduate students, and a keynote presentation from Dean John L.
Jackson Jr. from UPenn.
On February 10, 2017, the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice hosted its 10th annual Graduate Student Conference; the conference theme highlighted the methodological implications of studying social inequalities.This year's conference, which featured Dr. Annette Lareau from the University of Pennsylvania as the Brian Pitt Keynote Speaker, brought together scholars from a variety of social science disciplines from UD and surrounding universities. For more information about the Graduate Student Conference, please visit http://sites.udel.edu/scj-gc/graduate-student-conference/.
2017 Graduate Student Conference Poster.pdf
“Social inequalities: methodological implications”
Each year the conference features student presentations and concludes
with a keynote speaker. Past speakers have included Dr. David Grazian,
Dr. Elijah Anderson, and Dr. Raymond Paternoster. This year's speaker
is Dr. Victoria Pitts-Taylor, Professor of Sociology, Director of the
Center for the Study of Women and Society, and Coordinator of Women's
Studies at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Links to
the programs of past conferences are available below: