Arturo Baiocchi successfully defended his dissertation, "In the System for Too Long: Former Foster Youth and the Structural Ambivalence towards Mental Health," on July 25. His advisor is Professor Doug Hartmann. Dr. Baiocchi works as a Research Analyst at the Institute for Social Research, California State University-Sacramento. Congratulations, Dr. Baiocchi!
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Raphi Rechitsky successfully defended his dissertation, "Forced Migration Processes and Global Refugees at the Borders of Europe in Ukraine," on July 23, 2014. Rechitsky is advised by Professor Ron Aminzade. Dr. Rechitsky will begin a position as an Assistant Professor in Political Science and Sociology at the European University in St. Petersburg, Russia this fall.
Kyungmin Baek defended his dissertation, "The Adoption of Outcomes of ISO 14001 Across Korean Business Firms," on July 14, 2014. His advisor is Professor Erin Kelly. Dr. Baek will begin a position as an Assistant Professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russian Federation, this fall. Congratulations!
Meghan Krausch successfully defended her dissertation "Redefining Social Movement: Utopianism and Popular Education in Buenos Aires," on June 10, 2014. Meg's advisor is Doug Hartmann. Dr. Krausch will be an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social Inquiry, University of Wisconsin - Superior this fall 2014.
Hollie Nyseth Brehm successfully defend her dissertation, "Conditions and Courses of Genocides," on June 9, 2014. Her advisors are Professors Elizabeth Boyle and Joachim Savelsberg. Dr. Nyseth Brehm will be an Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department, at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio beginning this fall.
Rahsaan Mahadeo (Ph.D. student) is a recipient of a U of M 2014 Outstanding Community Service Award.
Hollie Nyseth Brehm (Ph.D. expected 2014) is featured in Pacific Standard as one of the The 30 Top Thinkers Under 30: The Student of Mass Murder Who Wants to Predict and Prevent Genocide.
Shannon Golden (Ph.D 2013) is featured in the CLA publication Reach. Dr. Golden is currently a post-doc at Notre Dame.
Members of the Restore the Vote Coalition say a bill that would allow felons who have been released from prison to vote is a civil rights issue that will allow thousands of people, many of them minorities, to have a say in the political process. Read the story on MPR webpage.
Peter Wruck successfully defended his dissertation, "It takes a Village? Neighborhoods and Children's Readiness for School," on January 10, 2014. Peter was advised by Dr. Rob Warren. Dr. Wruck is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology at South Central College in Mankato, MN. Congratulations Peter!