My new research on increasing the uptake of breast cancer screenings among LGBTQ populations will be making its public debut at the 12thAmerican Association for Cancer Research Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved being held in San Francisco, California, September 20-23, 2019.
I have had two journal articles accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals in the past week. The first article is, “Serena Williams and (the Perception of) Violence: Intersectionality, the Performance of Blackness, and Women’s Professional Tennis,” and will be published in Ethnic and Racial Studies. The second article is, “Rainbow Flags Over Margaret Court Arena:Continue reading “Two Journal Articles Accepted”
My department inducted me into Alpha Kappa Delta, the honor society for Sociology. 😆 I am pictured here with Ariel Keene, my senior thesis advisee and also an inductee.
I have been selected to review abstracts submitted to the “Cancer Forum” program of the American Public Health Association’s annual conference. The conference will held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in November, 2019.
I have had a book chapter published in, “Routledge Handbook of Tennis: History, Culture and Politics,” edited by Robert J. Lake (https://www.routledge.com/Routledge-Handbook-of-Tennis-History-Culture-and-Politics/Lake/p/book/9781138691933). The book chapter, “The Original 9: The Social Movement That Created Women’s Professional Tennis, 1968-1973,” chronicles The Original 9, a group of nine women – Jane “Peaches” Bartkowicz, Rosemary “Rosie” Casals, Judy Tegart Dalton, Julie Heldman, Billie Jean King, Kristy Pigeon,Continue reading “Published in “Routledge Handbook of Tennis: History, Culture and Politics””
I will be attending the 2019 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Regional Seminar in Baltimore, Maryland, to be held May 16-17. The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at St. Mary’s College of Maryland is funding it. I am looking forward to the discussions!