02/05/2020 - Congratulations to Dr. Gille on being named for this prestigious award.
01/22/2020 - Professor Buckley was recently featured on an episode of the podcast "The 21st." In the episode, she discusses population loss in the state as well as her work with the watchdog organization The Ce
- Altering the trajectory of finance capitalism? Collaboration, Contestation and Creativity in Islamic Investment Banks
12/05/2019 - Sociology Colloquium
11/19/2019 - PhD student, Mona Khneisser, recently published an article in Jacobin about the uprising in Lebanon.
- Professor Kevin Leicht together with Joseph Cheng and Jack Goncolo from the College of Business have received an NSF grant for the project titled "Multi-Level Research into I-Corps' Impact on Entrepreneurial Development"
- Touring Homelessness: Volunteer Exploration of the Homeless “Other” and Marginal Urban Space with MATTHEW JEROME SCHNEIDER, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois
09/11/2019 - Poverty tourism, also known as slum tourism, often refers specifically to guided tours through the urban “slums” of the Global South.
02/12/2019 - See the full article at Zippia, "These Are The 10 Best Colleges For Sociology Majors In Illinois For 2018".
10/04/2018 - CHAMPAIGN, Ill.
08/23/2018 - Ruby Mendenhall discusses a point during a meeting last spring with collaborators on an art exhibition, one of her many interdisciplinary projects.
08/21/2018 - See the full article at the Illinois News Bureau.
06/05/2018 - To read more about the award, see the full article on the MSU website.
10/19/2017 - Employers weigh internships more heavily in hiring than where you went to school, your grades or your major – that’s the essence of a quote pinned outside the
10/18/2017 - Thousands flooded streets and squares in the Arab Spring of 2011, and dictators fell. But true revolution never came, or has been thwarted since.