New group to study AI’s impact on decision-makingArtificial intelligence is guiding a growing number of decisions in criminal justice, education, health care and other areas, with the potential to significantly alter people’s lives.
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NOV 02Shelley Correll - Alice Hanson Cook Distinguished Le... Shelley Correll is professor of sociology and organizational behavior (by courtesy) at Stanford University, where she directs the Clayman Institute for Gender Research and the WMware Women's... See More
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Recent Department Highlights
- Filiz Garip's book On the Move recently won "best book" awards from the ESS and sections of the APSA and the ASA.
- Ben Cornwell won the ASA Methodology section's Leo Goodman award, which honors the best mid-career scholar, for his work on social networks and social sequence analysis.
- Sharon Sassler (PAM, Sociology by Courtesy) elected to chair the Family section of the American Sociological Association
- Sociology wins $600K grant from the College's Active Learning Initiative to implement active learning in our introductory courses.