News 2008

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  • Professor Karen Pyke was elected to the Executive Council, Pacific Sociological Association
  • Professor Karen Pyke was elected to the Publications Committee, Sociologists for Women in Society
  • Professor Karen Pyke was appointed to the editorial board of Gender and Society
  • Professor Jan Stets was awarded a National Science Foundation Grant for her research on Identity.
  • Professor Jan Stets received the Outstanding Recent Contribution Award, American Sociological Association Emotions Section for Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer. 2006.
  • Professor Jan Stets was elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Professor Jan Stets was appointed to serve as the Sociology Program Director for the National Science Foundation through 2010.
  • Professor Jan Stets was elected Chair, American Sociological Association Emotions Section
  • Professor David Swanson received funding for Population Projections for Native Hawaiians from Policy Analysis and System Evaluation, Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, Hawaii. (Principal Investigator, McKibben Demographic Research)
  • Professor David Swanson was elected Chair, Committee representing the Population Association of America, Census Scientific Advisory Committee. U. S. Census Bureau.
  • Professor David Swanson was elected Member, Development Committee, Population Association of America.
  • Distinguished Professor Christopher Chase-Dunn was elected Distinguished Senior Scholar of the International Political Economy (IPE) section of the International Studies Association
  • Distinguished Professor Christopher Chase-Dunn was appointed as the Series Editor, Themes in Global Social Change, Johns Hopkins University Press
  • Distinguished Professor Christopher Chase-Dunn was appointed as the Faculty Director of the University Honors Program 2008-2010
  • Distinguished Professor Christopher Chase-Dunn was elected to Chair the Senate Committee on Academic Personnel, 2008-2009.