Chet Meeks Scholarship - 2014
Professor Anna Zajacova (far left) presents Amanda Harper (left), Chris Stout (right), and Sydney Moller (far right) with the 2014 Chet Meeks Scholarship Awards. The title of Amanda's proposal was "A Diagnostic and Strategic Frame Analysis of the Waterkeeper Alliance," the title of Chris's proposal was "Video Games and 'White' Habitus: A Two-Stage Content Analysis," and the title of Sydney's proposal was "Relationship Dissolution and Intended Pregnancy among Women in Abusive Relationships."
Chet Meeks Scholarship - 2013
Janelle Rottweiler Simpson (left) accepting the Chet Meeks Scholarship Award with Professor Anna Zajacova (right). The title of Janelle 's proposal was "The Military Effect on Fertility and Family Size."
Chet Meeks Scholarship - 2012
Sherri Sasnett (far left) and Bethany Williamson (middle) accepting the Chet Meeks Scholarship Award with Professor Malcolm Holmes (left), Dean Oliver Walter (far right), and Sydney Walter (right). The title of Sherri's proposal was "Are the Kids All Right? An Ethnographic Study of Adults Raised by Same-Sex Parents." The title of Bethany's proposal was "Effects of Learning Disabilities on Social Reactions to Prison Inmates."
Chet Meeks Scholarship - 2011
Ryan Gunderson accepting the Chet Meeks Scholarship Award. Ryan plans to use the award to work on turning the research that he did for his thesis, "The Metabolic Rifts of Livestock Agribusiness," into several articles he can submit for publication to sociological journals.
Chet Meeks Scholarship - 2010
Claire Fairley accepting the Chet Meeks Scholarship Award from Professor Malcolm Holmes, Director of Graduate Studies. The title of Claire's research proposal was "Using Value-Belief-Norm Theory and Contextual Factors to Predict Environmentally Significant Behaviors."
Chet Meeks Scholarship - 2009
Kristin McCord accepting the Chet Meeks Scholarship Award from Professor Malcolm Holmes, Director of Graduate Studies. The title of Kristin's research proposal was "Community Effects on Racial Sentencing Disparities in Forty Urban Counties."