The student concerns committee ensures that the Council and Section hears and addresses graduate student members’ concerns. The committee also advocates for graduate student opportunities within the section, and is chaired by two elected Graduate Student Representatives and at least three other members. Committee members are appointed by the Section Chair for staggered two-year terms.
Graduate Student Mixer
Monday, August 13, 8:30 p.m., Offsite, Filed House Sports Bar, 1150 Filbert Street, 2-5 minute walk from Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Sex & Gender Section Mentorship Program – please participate as a faculty mentor or a grad student mentee!
Every year, the Graduate Student Concerns committee for our section coordinates a popular mentorship program. We match graduate students with faculty mentors, who then meet up at ASA. Students have used this opportunity to learn about academic and professional resources and receive professional advice. Often, long-lasting professional relationships are formed. We match up 1, 2 or 3 students with a faculty member, who may choose the number of student mentees and, if more than 1, may meet with students either individually or in a group.
Here is a short survey for signing up and can be used by students and prospective faculty mentors. We will accept responses until July 6th, and will form groups and notify participants via email by July 13th. After receiving your mentor/mentee connections, please contact them directly in order to schedule your meetings during ASA.
Section on Sex and Gender
American Sociological Association