Generally, the researchers found that residents of higher SES residential areas suffered from fewer health problems than those living in lower income areas. The intersection between the area that we live in and our health outcome is evident, but not always obvious.
This summer, extreme weather rocks America and pundits debate while August arrives all too quickly. Since July 1st, accounting majors, economics majors, and students of literature have been increasing their knowledge and vocabulary about important issues that affect us all by studying sociology. These students are hard at work exploring theoretical assertions about race, class,Continue reading “Sociology Opens Our Eyes to New Ways of Seeing the World!”
March is Women’s History Month! Find out more about The American Women’s History Initiative, which aims to “amplify women’s voices to honor the past, inform the present and inspire the future.” (Smithsonian Institution: Discover more online here). It seems we are all working towards the same goals. Here at the MOM Pop Up, at ManhattanContinue reading “Women’s History Month at Manhattan College”
Mothers’ Day Week 2016 2016 INDUCTIONS to the Motherhood Hall of Fame; Honor the Call of the Midwife – Join us! Thursday, May 5 – Motherhood Hall of Fame; Columbia Teacher’s College 7:30-9PM (Free). 525 West 120th Street Milbank Chapel, NYC. Join us for drinks before at 7PM. RSVP Please: http://mommuseum.org/motherhood-hall-of-fame/ Performances, story-telling, and induction ceremony with co-sponsors: Sexuality,Continue reading “This Year For Mothers’ Day – Buy a Book, Attend a Conference or Gallery, Share Knowledge”