This Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 6:30pm in Emerson Suites, Professor Belisa Gonzalez will receive a "YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE" award from the ALANA student community.
Professor Gonzalez was selected for this award because for her leadership and scholarship on matters related to race relations, social inequiality, cross-racial organizing and more. Further, Professor Gonzalez is known to be a committed servant leader. Belisa is the advisor for Sister2Sister. She has made herself available to students on many occasions as an advisor, mentor, and friend. Belisa is an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the School of Humanities and Sciences.
Belisa, we appreciate you and we look forward to saluting you and others this coming Saturday evening!
ITHACA, NY — A faculty member and an administrator at Ithaca College have teamed up to publish a book exploring the multiple ways in which the universe of gender — from the usual to the unusual — is socially, culturally and historically constructed. Released by Westview Press, “Doing...
Stephen Sweet (Associate Professor, Sociology) organized the Sloan Work and Family Early Career Scholars Conference. The two day event, held October 14-15, 2009 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, brought together 27 recent Ph.D. recipients, 6 senior level scholars, and 3 publishers who shared common interests in work-family scholarship.
Lis Maurer, LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services Program Director, and Rebecca Plante, Associate Professor of Sociology will discuss their new book, Doing Gender Diversity: Readings in Theory and Real-World Experience. Belisa Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Sociology, will also read from her chapter, “Can’t We All Just Move Beyond? Everyday Manifestations of the Black-White Binary.” The event is from 6 - 7 p.m. Friday, October 23, at "Buffalo Street Books" in the DeWitt Mall, 215 N. Cayuga St, Ithaca. Light refreshments will be served and books will be available.
Lis Maurer, LGBT Center program director, and Rebecca Plante, associate professor of sociology, have published their book, Doing Gender Diversity: Readings in Theory and Real-World Experience. Recently released by Westview Press, it is a text intended for adoption in undergraduate courses on gender, women's studies, and sexualities, among other disciplines.