10/9/2015 Nominations still being accepted for several MSS awards:
Follow the links above to learn more.
10/3/15 Lori Peek, Colorado State University, confirmed as second plenary speaker at MSS-NCSA 2016. Learn more.
10/1/15 Reminder emailed today to all MSS members: Last day for professionals and grad students to submit individual presentations or closed sessions is Oct. 31. Submit your presentation or closed session today! [Submissions open to undergrads until Jan. 9.]
9/4/2015 Donald Trump - or Doug Massey, plenary speaker at our upcoming meeting? Who would you trust for facts on immigration?
9/1/2015 The submission portal is officially OPEN. Members of MSS and NCSA are cordially invited to submit papers, posters, round table presentations and completed sessions at the submission portal page. The portal will be open through Oct. 31 for grad students and professional sociologists; and will stay open until Jan. 9 for undergrad posters and round table presentations.
8/22/2015 Professor Douglas S. Massey will keynote MSS-NCSA Annual Meeting 2016. MORE.
8/15/15 SAVE the DATE! The submissions portal for the 2016 MSS-NCSA Annual Meeting will open Sept. 1 - and it's not too early to plan your submission.
- View participant deadlines and add to your personal calendar.
- Figure out which topic fits your presentation or session most closely.
- Gather info for your submission.
7/14/15 The upcoming MSS-NCSA Joint Meeting is on Facebook! Connect with this unofficial discussion board for attendees - shared rides, housing, observations of the meeting and the city, eateries and entertainments -
6/1/15 Preparations underway for MSS-NCSA joint meeting in Chicago, Mar 23-26, 2016! Click on links at left to check out the THEME and Call for Participation.
3/31/2015 More than 700 MSS members met in Kansas City last week to hear great keynote addresses by Lisa Wade and Dalton Conley and to attend more than 200 workshops, paper sessions, round tables and panel discussions - as well as 3 tours, a Trivia Night extraordinaire, a thought-provoking Presidential Address, an ice cream social, and a BBQ & blues-themed Presidential Reception as well as affiliated events too numerous to mention. Watch for photos and reports in May in The Midwest Sociologist.