Two sociology graduates get published in Sociological Imagination journal
Two sociology graduates recently were published in the Wisconsin Sociological Association’s journal Sociological Imagination.
Holly Kortemeier ’15 of Whitewater, Wisconsin, published “Pupils to Peers: Socializing Graduate Students to the Counseling Profession”; and Kyle Novack ’15 of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, published “ ‘There’s a Future Inmate’: How Criminals and Potential Criminals are Otherized by Law Enforcement Officials.’ ”
Both papers won awards in the WSA undergraduate paper competition in 2015, and Kortemeier and Novack were asked to revise their papers for publication.
Jacqueline Clark, associate professor of sociology, worked with them as their faculty mentor.
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