American Sociological Association

2017 ASA National Election Candidates

The American Sociological Association is pleased to announce the 2017 slate of candidates for ASA Officers, Committee on Nominations, Committee on Publications, and Committee on Committees. Ballots for the 2017 ASA election will be sent in spring 2017.

President-Elect

Mary Romero, Arizona State University
Rogelio Saenz, University of Texas-San Antonio

Vice President-Elect

Grace Kao, University of Pennsylvania
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Committee on Publications

Mary Bernstein, University of Connecticut
David Cunningham, Washington University-St. Louis
Tyrone A. Forman, University of Illinois-Chicago
Nancy A Naples, University of Connecticut
Abigail C. Saguy, University of California-Los Angeles
Regina E Werum, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Council Members-At Large

Rick A. Baldoz, Oberlin College
Lisa D. Brush, University of Pittsburgh
Rodney D. Coates, Miami University
Kimberly Ann Goyette, Temple University
Erin Kelly, MIT
Anthony A. Peguero, Virginia Tech University
Zulema Valdez, University of California-Merced
Rhys H. Williams, Loyola University-Chicago

Committee on Nominations

Joyce M. Bell, University of Minnesota
Amy L. Best, George Mason University
Cedric de Leon, Providence College
Mustafa Emirbayer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
John Evans, University of California-San Diego
Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas-Austin
Melissa A. Milkie, University of Toronto
Brea Louise Perry, Indiana University
Diane L. Pike, Augsburg College
Jake Rosenfeld, Washington University-St. Louis
Virginia E. Rutter, Framingham State University

Committee on Committees

Member-at-Large

Enobong Branch, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Lorena Garcia, University of Illinois-Chicago
Hedwig Eugenie Lee, University of Washington
Zandria Felice Robinson, Rhodes College

MA-Granting Institutions

Jose Zapata Calderon, Pitzer College
Marc W. Steinberg, Smith College

2-Year Institutions

David L. Levinson, Norwalk Community College
Deidre A. Tyler, Salt Lake Community College