Aida Tomeh Distinguished Service Award

NCSA Scholarly Achievement Award

North Central Sociologist

The Fall/Winter 2016 edition of the North Central Sociologist is now posted! Check it out for conference information! ..

2017 Conference and Awards

Planning to attend the 2017 NCSA conference in Indy? The conference submission system is open until December 9th. Remember all you need is an abst ..

Conference Registration

Don't forget to pre-register for the conference! The deadline for pre-registration is March 1st. You can access the registration system at: http:/ ..

Scholarly Achievement Award Due November 15th

Make sure to nominate a colleague's work, or your own for the 2016 Scholarly Achievement Award! Go to: ..

There's STILL time!

I know we said we wouldn't do it this year, but we just did! The submission portal will remain open until November 8th, 2015 at midnight. So, if trick ..

NCSA Fall 2015 Newsletter

The Fall 2015 Newsletter is now available! Click here (/north-central-sociologist-newsletter)to read about the 2016 conference, award nominations, ..

2016 Joint MSS/NCSA Meeting in Chicago

Make sure to check out and Like the joint meeting page on Facebook to stay updated on all conference information. Visit: ..

The Gift of Diagnosis

A friend of mine wrote this poignant piece on receiving and dealing with "the gift" of diagnosis. It thoroughly illuminates the experience of being of ..

Books That Help Us Teach

Join us for an invigorating discussion of the books that inspire teaching. See the flyer (/blog docs/Books That Help Us Teach.pdf)for information on t ..

How prepared are students for the workforce?

"Students consistently rank themselves as prepared in areas where employers do not agree." How do we bridge the gap? ..

The 2016 NCSA Scholarly Achievement Award for a journal article has been awarded to Josh Woods, Jason Manning, and Jacob Matz of West Virginia University for their article, “The Impression Management Tactics of an Immigrant Think Tank,” published in Sociological Focus vol. 48, no. 4 (2015): 354-372.

The 2016 NCSA Scholarly Achievement Award for a book has been awarded to Akiko Hashimoto of the University of Pittsburgh for her 2015 book, "The Long Defeat: Cultural Trauma, Memory, and Identity in Japan," Oxford University Press.

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