A $10 million federal grant will power a multi-institutional consortium aiming to create new value chains on U.S. farms. The consortium will innovate methods for farmers to make more efficient use of resources with an emphasis on the generation of renewable natural gas, improved rural economic outcomes and protection of the environment. Read more.
Shannon Harper, assistant professor of sociology, published the study, “Testing the Systemic Model of Social Disorganization Theory in South Korean Neighborhoods: A Latent Class Growth Analysis Approach to Specifying Pathways to Homicide,” in the July 16, 2020, edition of Homicide Studies. Harper’s co-authors are Sujung Cho, Southern Illinois University, and Yung Hyeock Lee, Konkuk University. … Continue reading Shannon Harper is co-author of study published in Homicide Studies
Dan Krier, professor of sociology, has published a new co-edited volume of critical social theory with State University of New York Press entitled, Capital in the Mirror: Critical Social Theory and the Aesthetic Dimension. The book, co-edited with Mark P. Worrell, appears in SUNY’s New Political Science series and features articles by leading theorists in … Continue reading Dan Krier publishes new book with SUNY Press