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  1. The Global Awareness Society International

    The Global Awareness Society International 27th interdisciplinary conference will be held in Atlanta, GA, May 24-27, 2018, at the Hilton Atlanta. Proposals for Papers and Sessions from a wide selection of disciplines addressing the theme, “The Impact of Globalization on Social Institutions”, are invited. Continuing Education Credits in Social Work are available.

  2. Call for Applications: Student Travel Awards for the 2018 ASA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia

    Deadline: April 1st

    The ASA Student Forum Advisory Board is pleased to announce the availability of 2018 Student Forum Travel Awards. These awards will be made on a competitive basis and are meant to assist students by defraying the expenses associated with attending the ASA Annual Meeting.

  3. New Books

    Brian Barrett, SUNY Cortland, John Morgan, University of Auckland, and Ursula Hoadley, University of Cape Town, Knowledge, Curriculum and Equity: Social Realist Perspectives (Routledge 2017).

  4. Qualitative Data Analysis Camp

    April 9-12, 2018. Qualitative Data Analysis Camp, Carrboro, NC. The analysis camp fosters data-based decision-making, reflection and strategizing about qualitative analysis with guidance from the ResearchTalk mentor team. For more information. visit researchtalk.com/upcoming-events or email info@researchtalk.com

  5. Qualitative Writing Camp

    May 21-24, 2018Qualitative Writing Camp, Chapel Hill, NC. Explore formal writing more deeply via interactive sessions guided by discussion and feedback on your current writing project from ResearchTalk’s mentor team. For more information. visit researchtalk.com/upcoming-events or email info@researchtalk.com.

  6. Evidence of Outstanding Pedagogical Accomplishment: TRAILS Top 10 Downloaded Resources of 2017

    TRAILS, the Teaching Resources and Innovation Library for Sociology, is ASA’s online, peer-reviewed repository for teaching and learning materials. Access to TRAILS is a benefit of ASA membership.

  7. TRAILS Welcomes New Area Editors and Thanks Outgoing Editors

    Trails LogoTRAILS has been a core benefit of ASA membership for two years and a key resource for teaching and learning in sociology for seven years. TRAILS depends on the talent and dedication of sociologists who volunteer to serve as area editors.