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  • Bio for Sela Harcey

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    Department of Sociology, 403 East Hall Iowa State University, Ames IA 50011-1070 (720) 233.8497 | harceysr@iastate.edu   BACKGROUND INFORMATION I am currently a Ph.D. student at Iowa State University.  I am transitioning to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the fall.  For the past year I have been working on research for a 30-year longitudinal study [...]

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  • Raeven Faye Chandler

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    My name is Raeven Faye Chandler, and I am currently a dual Ph.D. student in Rural Sociology and Demography at Pennsylvania State University.  I am ecstatic at the possibility of serving as the Graduate Student Representative to the Rural Sociological Society Council. Being a member of RSS has given me a great forum to present [...]

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  • Bio for Elizabeth Seale

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    Bio for Elizabeth Seale

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  • Bio for Candace May

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    Bio for Candace May

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  • Bio for Kristina Peterson

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    Kristina Peterson is an applied social scientist/planner who studies scientist/community interaction including how to support and prepare both scientists and community members for their mutual work together and how that engagement impacts both parties. She is a co-founder of the Lowlander Center, a nonprofit organization that helps create solutions through education, research, and advocacy, beginning [...]

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  • Bio for Chelsea Schelly

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    Chelsea Schelly is an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social Sciences and the Environmental and Energy Policy Graduate Program at Michigan Technological University. She received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013. Her dissertation research was supported by an EPA-STAR Fellowship and an NSF-IGERT Fellowship, and involved examining [...]

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  • Bio for Gregory Fulkerson

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      Gregory Fulkerson is Associate Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta. His research focuses on building sustainable communities while confronting the social, economic, and environmental consequences of urbanization and urbanormativity. Moreover his research is concerned with spatial inequality and globalization with emphasis on [...]

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  • Bio for Shannon Monnat

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    Shannon Monnat is an Assistant Professor of Rural Sociology and Demography in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education at Penn State University. Her research focuses on the demography of children, youth and families living in different spatial contexts with a particular focus on inequalities in economic and health outcomes along the rural-urban continuum. [...]

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  • Bio for Curtis Stofferahn

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      Curtis Stofferahn is professor and chair of the Sociology Department at the University of North Dakota.  He is also a Centre Scholar at the University of Saskatchewan’s Centre for the Study of Cooperatives.  His scholarship has included sustainable agriculture, cooperative conversions, union-cooperative relations, agriculture and rural community vitality, community recovery from natural disasters, and [...]

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  • Bio For Peggy Petrzelka

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      I am humbled, and honored, to be nominated to serve as Vice President of the Rural Sociological Society. The Rural Sociological Society has been an important community in my life—both professionally and personally. I currently serve as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Rural Sociology, and have recently served as an elected Council [...]

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