Aida Tomeh Distinguished Service Award

Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS)

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Sociologists for Women in Society is an international organization of social scientists–students, faculty, practitioners, and researchers– working together to improve the position of women within sociology and society in general. There are local and regional chapters of SWS, including NCSA SWS.

 

    

 

SWS is a non-profit scientific and educational organization of sociologists and others dedicated to:

  • maximizing the effectiveness of and professional opportunities for women in sociology
  • exploring the contributions which sociology can, does and should make to the investigation of
    and humanization of current gender arrangements
  • improving women’s lives and creating feminist social change
Contacts:

Jenneyerin Steele Stas, President, University of Akron- jes91@zips.uakron.edu
Kelly Macarthur, President, Kent State University- kmacart1@kent.edu
Linda Gjokaj, Co-Organizer, Michigan State University- gjokajli@msu.edu

Let us know about your local chapter!

Contact
Kathy Feltey felteyk@uakron.edu

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