Past Events



Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Tahseen Shams, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto

Colloquium
"Here, There, and Elsewhere: The Making of Immigrant Identities in a Globalized World"
Oct 27, 2021 at -



Education and Inequality Works in Progress: Nazar Khalid, Ph.D. Student in Demography, University of Pennsylvania

Workshop
"Heterogeneous Impacts of Floods on Children’s Education in Rural India: Vulnerabilities by Gender, Age, Caste/Religious Group, and Socioeconomic Status."
Oct 25, 2021 at -



Special Colloquium: Tiffany Huang, Provost's Postdoctoral fellow, University of Pennsylvania

Colloquium
"Translating authentic selves into authentic applicants: Private college consultants, race, and class in selective college admissions."
Oct 22, 2021 at -



Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Van Tran, Associate Professor of Sociology, The City University of New York-Graduate Center

Colloquium
"Asian Americans and Affirmative Action Policy"
Oct 20, 2021 at -



Education and Inequality Works in Progress: Ellen Bryer, Ph.D. Student in Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

Workshop
"My Debt? Our Debt? Ambiguity and Advantage in Family Financial Assistance for Graduate School."
Oct 18, 2021 at -

*VIRTUAL ONLY*

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Faculty Meeting (Standing faculty only) McNeil 150

Colloquium
Oct 13, 2021 at -



Education and Inequality Works in Progress: Xiuqi Yang, Ph.D. Student in Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

Workshop
"Migration, Family Living Patterns, and Early Childhood Development in Contemporary China."
Oct 11, 2021 at -



Through the Night Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

Other Events
Moderator: Dr. Pilar Gonalons-Pons
Oct 8, 2021 - Oct 4, 2021 at -

Join FQT/GSWS for a screening of Through the Night, a feature documentary about a 24 hour daycare center with a follow up panel discussion.



Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration: Rebecca Schut, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology

Workshop
"Health Care as a Racialized Institution: Contextualizing Disparities in Provider-Patient Communication."
Oct 8, 2021 at -



Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Chris Bail, Professor of Sociology, Duke University

Colloquium
"How Status Seeking and Identity Maintenance Shape Political Polarization on Social Media: Evidence from a Mixed-Method Field Experiment on Twitter."
Oct 6, 2021 at -