2011-2012

September 2012:

Lindsey Blumenstein’s (Sociology PhD, admitted fall 2010) article “Self-Control and Substance Use among College Students,” has been accepted for forthcoming publication in the Journal of Drug Issues. The article is co-written with Jason Ford, Ph.D.

Joanna Eisele’s (Sociology PhD, admitted fall 2011) article “Writing in the Sociology Curriculum: What Types and How Much Writing Do We Assign?” has been accepted for publication in Teaching Sociology. The article is co-written with Elizabeth Grauerholz, Ph.D. and Nicole Stark (Sociology BA) and is forthcoming 2013.

James McCutcheon’s (Sociology PhD, admitted fall 2010) article “The misuse of Ambien among Adolescents: Prevalence and Correlates in a National Sample,” has been accepted for forthcoming publication in Addictive Behaviors.

 

June 2012:

Brittany Murray’s (Sociology PhD, admitted fall 2011) article “Racialization in Public and Private: Memories of First Racial Experiences,” has been accepted for publication in Race and Social Problems. The article is co-written with Shannon Carter and Leslie Picca.

 

May 2012:

UCF Sociology Outstanding Graduate Student Paper: Anne Bubriski-McKenzie for her paper entitled “Mental Health Effects of Intimate Terrorism and Situational Couple Violence among Black and Hispanic Women.”

UCF Sociology Outstanding Graduate Student Award: Xavier Guadalupe-Diaz.

Xavier Guadalupe-Diaz is the recipient of the Sage Innovations and Professional Development Award.

Congratulations Anne and Xavier!

 

March 2012:

Tom Hall’s (Sociology PhD, admitted fall 2009) article “Feedback-Based Alcohol Interventions for Mandated Students: An Effectiveness Study of Three Modalities,” has been accepted for publication in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.

 

December 2011:

Melissa Tetzlaff-Bemiller’s (Sociology PhD, admitted fall 2010) article “Undercover Online: an Extension of Traditional Policing in the United States,” was published in the International Journal of Cyber Criminology-Vol. 5 Issue 2.

 

May 2011:

UCF Sociology Outstanding Graduate Student Paper: Jerry Kaufman for his paper entitled “Location, Location, Location! The Impact of Place of Residency on Forming Racial Attitudes among Urban and Regional Migrants.”

UCF Sociology Outstanding Graduate Student Award: Timothy Colyer.

Congratulations Jerry and Tim.

 

March 2011:

Tim Colyer has received the 2010-2011 University Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching. This award recognizes teaching ability and exceptional academic contribution.