New & Noteworthy

Mieke Beth Thomeer described findings from their new study for Council on Contemporary Families’ blog showing that never married respondents were at increased risk for poor mental and physical health relative to married adults as the pandemic progressed during 2020.

Worth a Read (Sociologically Speaking)

We reposted Sarah Shannon’s piece in The Criminologist on how archival-based learning can bring challenging topics to life for students, viscerally connecting them with course concepts and providing opportunity for community engagement.

Backstage with TSP

This week marks our first board meeting of the semester! As you read this, we may be gathered around the table welcoming new board members and excitedly reuniting with old friends. This year, we’re joined by a cohort of undergraduate board members for the first time. We’re excited to work with this group of amazing undergraduates, helping connect them to public sociology and scholarship and benefitting from their energy, enthusiasm, and fresh ideas!

More from our Partner & Community Pages

For their relaunch issue the Berkeley Journal of Sociology spoke with Arlene Stein and Jessie Daniels, authors of Going Public, a field guide for connecting research to public audiences and policymakers.

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