This biweekly* discussion group brings together Cornell faculty and graduate students from around campus to discuss and improve their in-progress research. Lunch is provided. Inequality Discussion Groups in Spring 2019 will be held on Tuesdays.
Graduate students: Please sign up for SOC 5190: Workshop on Inequality for the spring semester. This is the same as the CSI discussion group, but it will now be a 1-credit class, as it was in the 2016/2017 academic year. The “course” will be s/u, and little will change from the current discussion group structure. If you have any questions, please contact Kim Weeden.
11:45 am-1:00 pm
Uris Hall 360 (CSI Conference Room)
Interested in presenting? Contact us!
Meeting for students enrolled in SOC 5190 at 11:45am
Filiz Garip (Professor, Sociology)
Networks, Diffusion and Inequality
co-authored with Linda Zhao (Harvard) and Flavien Ganter (Columbia)
Gary Fields (Professor, Economics and International and Comparative Labor)
Panel Income Changes and Changing Relative Income Inequality
co-authored with Robert Duval Hernandez (University of Cyprus) and George H. Jakubson (Cornell)
Hope Harvey (Postdoctoral Associate, Policy Analysis and Management)
Children’s Patterns of Residence in Doubled-up Households
Alexandra Cooperstock (Ph.D. Student, Sociology)
The Demographics of School District Secession
Meaghan Mingo (Ph.D. Student, Sociology)
Mario Molina (Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology)
Resting on your laurels? Status dynamics and individual performance in a large online community
*In most cases, we meet biweekly. However, due to breaks and scheduling conflicts with the University, this is not always the case.