Chris Maggio received the Junior Scholar Award from the Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality
Ruth Milkman (Faculty) and Luke Elliott-Negri won a $48,300 grant from the Washington Center for Equitable Growth to study food workers and collective action in light of COVID-19. https://gc.cuny.edu/News/All-News/Detail?id=56208
Professor Jayne Mooney won the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Division on Critical Criminology and Social Justice (DCCSJ), part of the American Society of Criminology. This award acknowledges and honors Prof. Mooney’s sustained and distinguished scholarship, teaching, and service in the field of critical criminology. Prof. Mooney received 15 letters of nomination, an usually large amount for what is the highest honor for the Division on Critical Criminology and Social Justice.
Prof. Mooney also published a new book titled The Theoretical Foundations of Criminology: Place, Time and Context (Routledge 2020) . The book was just reviewed in Theoretical Criminology.
James M. Jasper (Faculty)
Prof. Jasper’s book The Emotions of Protest (Chicago, 2018) won this year’s best book award from the sociology of emotions section of the ASA.
Karen is participating in the 2020-2022 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s “African/Black Diaspora Academic and Public Discourse” project held at the University of Maryland.