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2023-2024 Webinars

Additional webinars will be added as details are confirmed.

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Upcoming Webinars

Date Time Organizers Webinar Title
March 8, 2024 1:00pm-2:00pm ET Student Concerns Subcommittee How to Communicate Your Research to the Public via Social Media or News Outlets
March 20, 2024 3:00pm-4:00pm ET Violence and Society Research Cluster Skating on Thin Ice: Professional Hockey, Rape Culture, & Violence Against Women

 

Recent Webinars

Date Organizers Webinar Title

October 17, 2023

Student Concerns Subcommittee & Decolonization Subcommittee

It's Turtles All the Way Down: The Epistemic and Theoretical Considerations and Impact of Indigenous Methodologies

November 3, 2023 Student Concerns Subcommittee

Methodological Dialogues: Visual Sociology

November 23, 2023

Sociology of Education Research Cluster

University Confidential: How faculty members engage in sensemaking AND social capital and role conflict among Deans

December 6, 2023

Anti-Islamophobia Subcommittee, Decolonization Subcommittee, Equity Issues Subcommittee, Student Concerns Subcommittee, and the Women's, Gender and Social Justice Association

Palestine and Critical Pedagogy: Considerations for the Classroom

January 19, 2024

Student Concerns Subcommittee

Methodological Dialogues: Digital Sociology

January 25, 2024

Sociology of Education Research Cluster

Seeking Truth and Reconciliation: Confronting Residential School Denialism

February 16, 2024

Student Concerns Subcommittee

Communicate Research in Visual Ways with Research Retold

February 22, 2024

Sociology of Education Research Cluster

Radical approaches to researching Black youth: Reclaiming Cultural Wealth and Challenging Anti-Black Racism in Data Surveillance