Three Harvard doctoral students will be receiving awards from The Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) at the 67th Annual Meeting in Montreal, August 11-13, 2017.
Co-authors Kelley Fong (pictured) and Sarah Faude (Northeastern University) won SSSP's Educational Problems Division’s Student Paper Competition for their paper, “Choosing Late: Considering Late Registration in School Choice."
Hope Harvey is the winner of SSSP's Family Division’s Student Paper Competition for her paper, “When Mothers Can’t ‘Pay the Cost to be the Boss’: Roles and Identity within Doubled-Up Households.”
Jasmin Sandelson is the winner of SSSP's Youth, Aging, and the Life Course Division’s Student Paper Competition for her paper, “Relational Resources: Poverty, Peer Support and Adolescent Wellbeing.”
The theme of this year's meeting is "Narratives in the World of Social Problems: Power, Resistance, Transformation."