UMD PCS Shines at NASSS 2018 Vancouver

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UMD PCS researchers were well represented at the annual conference of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, held in Vancouver, BC, October 31st to November 3rd.

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Katie Esmonde became the second UMD PCSer (after Mike Friedman in 2008)  to win the Barbara Brown Outstanding Student Paper Award (Doctoral level) for her paper “There’s only so much data you can handle in your life’: Accommodating and resisting self-surveillance in women’s running and fitness tracking practices.” 

 

 

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Tori Thompson won Gary Sailes Graduate Diversity Scholarship (Masters level).

 

 

 

 

UMD PCS graduate Josh Newman (PhD, 2005) completed his term as NASSS President and delivered his keynote Presidential Address titled “Sport Sociology, In Question.”

UMD PCS graduate Ryan King-White (PhD, 2008) was named a NASSS Research Fellow

UMD PCS graduate Julie Brice (BA, 2015; MA, 20017) earned an honorable mention for the Barbara Brown Outstanding Student Paper Award (Doctoral level).

In addition, research presentations were made by the following current UMD PCSers: Eric Stone; Katie Esmonde; Tori Thompson; Mike Friedman; Yang (Sunny) Zhang; Shaun Edmonds; Anna Posbergh; Brandon Wallace; and, Shannon Jette.

What a great turnout, congratulations one and all!

 

 

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UMD PCS Shines at NASSS 2018 Vancouver

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