Arthur Scarritt and Sergio Romero, leading research faculty assistant professors of sociology and five students, presented at the Pacific Sociological Association’s annual conference March 21-24 2013.
A team from the College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, led by emeritus history professor Errol D. Jones, produced the “Hispanic Profile Data Book for Idaho, 2012” and presented it to the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs Legislative Reception on Feb. 6. The 150-page report is an analysis of the condition of Idaho’s largest minority group that comprises about 11.5 percent of the state’s population.
Team members who collaborated with Jones on the report were: Greg Hill (Chair, Public Policy & Administration), Rosaura Conley-Estrada (Sociology), and graduate students Christina Crow-Cruz (Social Work), Brian Laurent and Morgan Bow (Public Policy & Administration).
The report can be accessed online at http://icha.idaho.gov/docs/HPDB_report.pdf.
Arthur Scarritt and Sergio Romero
Seven students of Arthur Scarritt and Sergio Romero, assistant professors of sociology, presented at the Pacific Sociological Association’s annual conference March 22-25 2012 in San Diego, Calif. Five of the students presented as part of the Intermountain Social Research Lab (IMSRL), an intensive research-training program run by the Department of Sociology. Their papers focused on different aspects of student strategies for confronting the Great Recession. Two of the seven students are associated with the McNair Scholars Program. Two students came to the conference to attend panels.
Read Arthur Scarritt’s article here:
First the Revolutionary Culture: Innovations in Empowered Citizenship from Evangelical Highland Peru, Latin American Perspectives 0094582X13484293, first published on April 3, 2013 as doi:10.1177/0094582X13484293