Professor Landon Schnabel makes Indiana University's "20 under 40" list

Landon Schnabel, the Rosenthal Assistant Professor of Sociology at Cornell, made Indiana University’s “20 under 40” list, featuring 20 alumni in areas such as film, art, music, business, and science.

His nationally and internationally recognized research agenda examines religion, gender, politics, and social change. Schnabel’s research has received dozens of awards, including the Cheryl Allyn Miller Award from Sociologists for Women in Society for an outstanding contribution to the field of women and work.

Beyond publishing in academic journals, he writes for outlets such as The Washington Post and Scientific American, delivers public talks including a recent TEDx talk on inequality and religion, and is writing a book on gender and religion.

Check out the full list of IU’s amazing young alumni

As The College puts it, “our alumni are entrepreneurs. Scientists. Authors. Attorneys. Actors. Innovators. Game changers. They’re lifelong learners who strive to make the world a better place, and we’re pretty proud of them.”

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