Associate Professor of Sociology David Peters has received a rapid-response grant from the National Science Foundation to study the COVID-19 impact on small Iowa towns.
Congratulations to J. Arbuckle, professor of sociology, for his recent awards from the Soil and Water Conservation Society.
A new study co-authored by David Peters, associate professor of sociology, reveals that the U.S. is suffering from several simultaneous opioid epidemics.
John Major Eason discussed the prison boom in rural America at the 2019 George M. Beal Lectureship in Rural Sociology on Oct. 29.
David Peters, associate professor of sociology, is the sole author of a study titled, “Community Resiliency in Declining Small Towns: Impact of Population on Quality of Life over 20 Years,” published in the Jan. 1, 2019, online edition of Rural Sociology. In this paper, Peters seeks to understand why some small towns have an improved … Continue reading David Peters publishes study on the resiliency of declining small towns in Rural Sociology
John Major Eason is the invited speaker for the 2019 George M. Beal Distinguished Lectureship.