Congratulations to Assistant Professor Sara Wylie on being named one of the “20 under 40” pioneers in environmental health by the Collaborative on Health & the Environment. https://www.healthandenvironment.org/what-we-do/partnership-calls/pioneers-under-40-seriers. Nice work!
Congratulations to PhD student Lauren Richter on receiving a Fellowship from the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation. These highly competitive and prestigious awards go to “highly talented graduate students in New England and California whose studies and career goals are directed toward environmental improvement and who clearly demonstrate leadership in their field” (Switzer Foundation website)….
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Congratulations to doctoral student Anjuli Fahlberg, whose recent accomplishments – including winning the 2017 Urban Affairs Association’s Alma J. Young Emerging Scholar Award — are currently featured in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities’ “Spotlight”: https://www.northeastern.edu/cssh/spotlight/anjuli-fahlberg. Great work!
Estye Fenton has taken a tenure track assistant professor position in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the University of West Alabama. Ashley Reichelmann has taken a tenure track assistant professor position in the Department of Sociology at Virginia Tech University. Anna Revette is the Qualitative Research Manager at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Firuzeh…
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Congratulations to (soon-to-be) PhD graduate Ashley Reichelmann, whose Northeastern journey is featured in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities’ “Spotlight” this week: https://www.northeastern.edu/cssh/spotlight/ashley-reichelmann.
Congratulations to PhD student Sarah Faude, who (with co-author Kelley Fong) has received this year’s Student Paper Award from the Educational Problems Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Their paper is entitled, “Choosing Late: Considering Late Registration in School Choice.” Congratulations, Sarah!
Tunneling under Stonehenge: The effects of urban sprawl
Firuzeh has won the Outstanding Graduate Student Award presented annually by the Graduate and Student Government (GSG) and the Office of the Provost in the category of Teaching: Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Congratulations to doctoral student Curtis Holland and Prof. Gordana Rabrenovic on the publication of their article “Masculinities in Transition? Exclusion, Ethnosocial Power, and Contradictions in Excombatant Community-based Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland” (DOI: 10.1177/1097184X17696167) in the journal Men and Masculinities. Another great example of graduate student/faculty collaboration!
Congratulations to doctoral student Elicia Cousins on winning the 2016 Jeanne X. Kasperson Student Paper Award, conferred by the Hazards, Risks, and Disasters specialty group of the Association of American Geographers. Elicia’s paper is titled, “Temporary Refuge from Invisible Threats: Outdoor Evacuation Retreats for Children from Fukashima, Japan.” Nice work!