Professional Opportunities & Resources – Winter 2023

Applied Worldwide Partnering with Sociologists for Women in Society: Applied Worldwide has forged a new partnership with Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) to highlight and connect feminist applied professionals. SWS members have been invited to submit Applied Worldwide profiles that are also linked to the SWS website and feminist applied professionals are encouraged to join SWS. Applied Worldwide is a content production and media company focused on enhancing a vision of applied sociology. They provide their audience with high-quality content, services, and partnerships that center sociology on its practical knowledge and skills. By partnering with professional organizations, university departments, and individuals, we represent the work and ideas of over 100 sociologists and students from over 20 countries. To learn more about Applied Worldwide, you can visit the website at

FEMINIST RESOURCE COLLECTIONS FOR COURSE PREP AND BEYOND: Looking for feminist resources for the (re)design of a course? Check out the following: 


The (up)Roaring 2020s: Sociology’s Responsibility in Addressing Recurring Social Problems, Saturday, April 1, hosted by the Sociology, Criminology & Human Services Department in Hartwick College (Oneonta, NY). The symposium will feature scholarship from undergraduates, graduate students and early career faculty from upstate New York, with attendees and participants discussing contemporary social issues, including the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the impact of COVID-19 on progressive movements, the war in Ukraine, and the populist uprisings across the globe. Those interested in attending can register here. Questions? Contact Department Chair and Symposium Organizer Elena Chernyak at

International Congress: Combating Gender-Based Violence, Lille University (FRANCE), July 3-6, 2023. Dr. Elena Chernyak (Hartwick College) holds two panels during this congress. Read more about these panels HERE. Please, circulate the information about this conference, call for abstracts, and panels among your colleagues whose scholarship lies in the area of gender-based violence (e.g., violence against women, intimate partner violence, domestic violence against women) and who may be interested in attending this conference and presenting their work.


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