SWS-ASA Minority Fellows

Through the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP), the American Sociological Association (ASA) supports the development and training of sociologists of color in any sub-area or specialty in the discipline. Funded by generous annual contributions from organizations including Sociologists for Women in Society, as well as membership donations, MFP seeks to attract talented doctoral students to ensure a diverse and highly trained workforce is available to assume leadership roles in research that is relevant to today’s global society.

Please click HERE to visit the American Sociological Association Website for more information. SWS sponsors two MFPs each year who are honored at the ASA Meeting.

2022 ASA Minority Fellows: Theresa Hice-Fromille and Carla Salazar Gonzalez
2021 ASA Minority Fellows: Evelyn Pruneda and Maretta McDonald
2020 ASA Minority Fellows: Shannon Malone Gonzalez and Sofia Locklear
2019 ASA Minority Fellows: Yvonne P. Sherwood and Chaniqua Simpson
2018 ASA Minority Fellows: Brooklyn Hitchens and Katherine Maldonado
2017 ASA Minority Fellows: Andrea Gomez Cervantes and Brittany Battle
2016 ASA Minority Fellows: Celeste Curington and Stephanie Canizales
2015 ASA Minority Fellows: Zinobia Bennefield and Shaneda Destine
2014 ASA Minority Fellows: SM Rodriguez and Firuzeh Shokooh Valle
2013 ASA Minority Fellows: Elena Shih and Stacy Torres
2012 ASA Minority Fellows: Yaejoon Kwon and Krystale Littlejohn
2011 ASA Minority Fellows: Selina Gallo-Cruz and Heather Washington