Our MASS graduate students from Dr. Schueths’s Qualitative Research course attended the 4th Annual Eagle QuaRC Fall Symposium. This year’s conference was focused on Digital Tools in Qualitative Research. Students learned how software, social media, and other digital products can be used to enhance their qualitative research.
Several graduate students in the Master of Arts in Social Sciences program, with a concentration in Criminal Justice and Criminology, presented their research in collaboration with faculty mentors at the national Academy for Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) conference in Orlando, Florida March 3-7. Justin Hoyle in collaboration with Drs. Bryan Miller and John Stogner (UNC-Charlotte) […]
William Brant and Rachael Cohran, archaeology-emphasis MASS students, presented thesis-related research at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science on Saturday, March 14, 2015. The well-attended conference was held at Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia. William received the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, Anthropology Section, for his work titled “Mapping […]
Dr. Eric Silva and MASS sociology graduate student Cory Lowe’s research entitled, “Evolutionary Theory in Letters to the Editor,” was accepted by the journal, Public Understanding of Science. Their analysis of 234 letters to editor found that while anti-evolutionist messages were marginalized in the letters section, relatively few letters explicitly note the fact that scientists […]
Working with Dr. Chad Posick and colleague Dr. Michael Rocque of Bates College, M.A.S.S. graduate student Shanna Felix has had an article accepted for publication in Criminal Justice Studies for publication in a special issue on Biosocial Criminology to be released in 2015. The article, “The Role of the Brain in Urban Violent Offending: Integrating […]