University of Mississippi

Faculty and Students Win Awards at A-MSA


Congratulations to University of Mississippi students and faculty who won awards at the annual meeting of the Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association in Montgomery, Alabama on February 21-22, 2013!

Sociology graduate student, Danielle Kerr, won the Best Graduate Student Paper Award for her paper, “Housing: Affordable and Accessible or Not?  A Closer Look at a Mississippi Town’s Shift in Housing Tenure.”

Mary Margaret Saulters, an Anthropology and Biology double major, won the Best Undergraduate Paper Award for her paper, “Farmers Markets and Food Security:  A Critical Evaluation of the Sociodemographic Factors Influencing Market Patronage in the Mississippi Delta.”

Dr. John Green, Director of the Center for Populations Studies and Associate Professor of Sociology, was honored with the Distinguished Service Award for his consistent support of the work of the Alabama- Mississippi Sociological Association over the years.

Congratulations Danielle, Mary Margaret, and John!