Sociology faculty member Angel Parham presented her research entitled, "Race, Memory, and Family History" at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association.
Daniel J. Kimball, LCSW, '92, presently lives in Lafayette, LA where he conducts his private practice in Clinical Social Work at the Lafayette Psychology Center.
Julie Hayden Maloney '86, chief executive officer of a national consulting company, recently published her second book, Blueprint to Success, a book to help guide women in the workforce in improving their careers.
Professor Kondkar was awarded a Marquette Faculty Fellowship for the Summer of 2009 for his research, “Intimate Partner Homicide: Exploring the Relationship between Race, Gender, Law and Violence."
Listed are few of our Sociology Alumni who are studying for advanced degrees.
Nathalie Delise presented her paper, To Tip or Not To Tip: The Social Norm of Restaurant Tipping in the United States," at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse held April 16th - 18th, 2009.
Samuel Burgess '98 coauthored two grant applications to the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Both of the grants have been funded. The grants, totaling more than 2 million dollars, will fund HIV prevention efforts in Louisiana communities disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS.
Oliver Bonke '87 was named the senior vice president, sales and marketing for the Europe, Africa and Middle East Division. He leads the sales and marketing for the organization.