For black teens from low income communities, depression may show itself as conflicts with other and physical discomfort. Read article featuring Dr. Wenhua Lu here.
Congratulations to Michelle Lyttle Storrod on her recent appointment as an affiliate of SAFElab at the Department of Social Work, University of Columbia. The SAFElab specializes in exploring how gangs use social media and how violence intervention and prevention can happen around social media. Michelle will be looking at how Child Sexual Exploitation happens on … Read more of Congratulations to Michelle Lyttle Storrod…
For her soon-to-be-published article “Palestinian Refugee Children: A Review of the Literature” in the Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies. Read Elizabeth’s article here.
The department of Childhood Studies is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016-2017 Outstanding Graduating Senior award: Alissa Valeriano and Melisa Shultz. Congratulations!”
Congratulations to PhD student Michelle Storrod on her recent coauthored article in the Journal of Youth Studies: “‘Going viral’ and ‘Going country’: The expressive and instrumental activities of streets gangs on social media.
Kate Cairns received Honorable Mention for the Best Book Award from the Consumers and Consumption Section of the American Sociological Association for her recent coauthored book, Food and Femininity (Bloomsbury 2015).