In a major victory for Native American rights, the U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld key provisions of the Indian Child Welfare Act, a law enacted 45 years ago to remedy decades of past government abuse. Megan Krausch (2019) provides a model for discussing this timely issue with students without overburdening them. 

Graduate students often feel tension as they balance their teaching and research responsibilities. Stacey Livingstone (2023) highlights a unique opportunity for graduate students interested in public sociology to integrate their research, teaching, and public pursuits through community collaboration all while including undergraduates. Through a detailed description of their own project, graduate student instructors can use Livingstone’s experiences as an instruction.