Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work News and Events
MSW Program Information
We will be offering information sessions for those interested in learning more about our Master of Social Work (MSW) Program beginning again sometime this fall. There will be several dates to choose from beginning fall 2018. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
Social Work Newly Remodeled Location
The Office of Social Work has permanently relocated to Skinner-Jones Hall South, Building 4, Suite 2601. If you need assistance locating the Social Work office suite, please contact us at (904) 620-2867. Thank you, Dana McCoy.
Congratulations to Samantha Zarnes for being chosen
Social Work Student of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers
(NASW) Florida Chapter.
Congratulations to our faculty on their publications and presentations! Great job everyone!
Dr. Keith Ashley published “Mocama
Life at Santa Cruz de Guadalquini: Persistence and Accommodation Under the
Mission Bell” in Franciscans and American Indians in Pan-Borderlands
Perspective: Adaption, Negotiation, and Resistance. Academy of American
Dr. Mandi N. Barringer, with her colleagues David A. Gay and John
Lynxwiler, presented “Cohort, Religiosity, and Attitudes Toward Legal Abortion:
A Comparison of the Millennial, Generation X, and Baby Boom Cohorts” at the
2018 Southern Sociological Society Meeting in New Orleans. At the same
conference, Dr. Barringer organized the paper session “Gender, Sexualities, and
Dr. Ronald Lukens-Bull was awarded a 2018-19 academic year Fulbright
Senior Scholar research grant for his project, “Pluralism as Piety: Mulism
Youth, Militias, and the Value of a Diverse State in Indonesia.”
Dr. Shinwoo Choi presented her paper “Sense of Belonging as a Mediator
of Racial Microaggressions and Depressive Symptoms Among Asian American
Students” at the Scholars Transforming Academic Research Symposium (STARS)
Junior Faculty Poster Competition, University of North Florida.
Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, associate professor of sociology, contributed a
letter to the book “WOWsdom! The Girl’s Guide to the Positive and the
Possible.” The book, edited by Donna Orender, offers advice to young
girls from women in leadership. The Florida Times-Union profiled the
book on July 22.
If you have any news items you would like announced, or interesting departmental news to share (students and faculty), please contact Dana McCoy.
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