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The Making of Global Cities

By Michael Goldman, professor of Global Studies and Sociology
Faculty members, with colleagues from around the world, study cities of the global South in new ways

A Natural Career

McKenna Davis had never thought of her passion for the environment as a career option, but now that she's had the chance to do environmental policy research, she's found a way to turn her passion into a career.

Contexts

The American Sociological Association’s Context magazine has a new home at the University of Minnesota

Bearing Witness

By Vicky Brockman

A tribute to genocide scholar and alumnus Eric Markusen

Minnesota Kid Catches Potomac Fever

By Helen West

Deanna Freer Peterson (’64, sociology) takes her dreams from rural Minnesota to Washington, D.C. — by way of the University of Minnesota and Harlem

Webbing and Bone

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By Time Brady

Undergrad Molly Watters tastes the pleasures of life as a student leader at the U.
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Work Matters

By Tim Brady

Jeremy Staff’s research ex amines tee n work, school, and finding balance

Cops, Judges, Oodles of Lawyers

By Tim Brady

Professor Joel Samaha’s award-winning scholarship and teaching have made him a guiding force in the future of criminal justice

Rethinking Teen Sex

By Tim Brady

A new study by assistant professor Ann Meier has made waves with its fresh look at adolescent sexuality

Exits and Entries

By Tim Brady

A new, large-scale project in the Department of Sociology looks at how young adults fare once they leave an institutional setting

Letter from the Chair

Celebrating Civic Engagement

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