April 2021 News

Assistant Professor Emma Zang interviewed and quoted by The Lily of the Washington Post

Mon, 04/26/2021
Emma Zang was interviewed and quoted by The Lily news of the Washington Post. She commented on the disproportionate burden on working mothers relative to fathers when working from home. Read more here. Read more...

Thomas Lyttelton appointed postdoctoral researcher at Copenhagen Business School

Fri, 04/23/2021
PhD candidate Thomas Lyttelton will join Copenhagen Business School as a postdoctoral researcher after graduating this spring. He will be working with Professor Lasse Folke Henriksen on the NetCareers Project, using complex network models to further our understanding of the relationship between Read more...

Grace Kao's op-ed in Variety & appearance on France 24

Wed, 04/14/2021
Grace Kao’s op-ed in Variety on April 12, 2021 “Media Bears Responsibility for Reinforcing Asian American Stereotypes”   April 12, 2021: The Debate on France 24 TV (40 minute show)   April 12, 2021: Wyoming NPR “What Anti-Asian Sentiment Looks Like In Smaller, Rural Areas, And Why It Matters Read more...

IBM Professor and Chair Grace Kao interviewed on CT NPR & LA Times

Thu, 04/01/2021
IBM Professor and Chair Grace Kao was interviewed on CT NPR (WSHU) in a story titled, “Virus Of Hate: ‘We Are Not Your Fetish’ — Combating Anti-Asian Racism And Sexism.” on March 26, 2021.   She was also quoted in the Los Angeles Times on March 23, 2021 in an article titled “As pandemic recedes, Read more...

Sarah Brothers to join the faculty at Pennsylvania State University as Assistant Professor of Sociology and Public Policy.

Thu, 04/01/2021
PhD Candidate Sarah Brothers will be an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at Pennsylvania State University beginning Fall 2021. She will also be affiliated with Penn State’s Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) and the Consortium to Combat Substance Abuse (CCSA).  Read more...