2022 Annual Meeting Main Page
2022 Meeting Highlights
View the 2022 Annual Meeting Final Program (PDF, last updated 8/4/22) and Program Theme: The Sociological Reimagination: From Moments to Momentum
SSSP contributed $500 to American Indian Studies (AIS) at Calfornia State University, Long Beach, winner of the Indigenious Peoples’ Social Justice Award Award.
SSSP contributed $5,000 to Downtown Crenshaw, winner of the Thomas C. Hood Social Action Award. Raffle ticket sales were $350.
- View the 2022 Award, Fellowship, and Scholarship Winners. Click here to see the Student Paper Competition Winning abstracts. Click here to see the Awards Ceremony Presentation.
- View the 2022 Featured Abstracts here.
- Congratulations to the 2021 C. Wright Mills Award Winner: Dr. Joseph C. Ewoodzie, Jr. for his book, Getting Something to Eat in Jackson: Race, Class, and Food in the American South, Princeton University Press. Click here for a list of the 2021 C. Wright Mills Finalists.
- View the 2022 Annual Meeting Minutes, Survey Results, and Attendance Reports.
- One proposed resolution was submitted. The resolution was provided online for the membership to review and comment on prior to the Society’s Annual Business Meeting. Immediately following the meeting, current members were able to vote online for or against the resolution or abstain. The voting period lasted two weeks.
Thank you to those who voted. 226 votes were cast. Per the Society's by-laws, a resolution passes if two-thirds of the members voting online by the deadline, vote in favor of the resolution. Abstentions count as no votes. Click here to view the 2022 Approved Resolution.
SSSP President Noreen M. Sugrue delivered her Presidential Address on the program theme, The Sociological Reimagination: From Moments to Momentum. Her address will be published in the November issue of Social Problems, link forthcoming.