Alicia Smith-Tran Panelist at American Sociological Association Meeting
August 30, 2023
Alicia Smith-Tran was an invited panelist at a session on inclusive teaching practices at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in Philadelphia.
Alicia Smith-Tran Presented Research Paper with Coauthor Jackie Oh
April 6, 2023
Jackie Oh, fourth-year sociology and biology double-major, presented a research paper with coauthor Alicia Smith-Tran, assistant professor of sociology, at the North Central Sociological Association Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The paper is titled, "The Physician Biography Video: A Tool for Shaping a Personal and Institutional Public Image."
Alicia Smith-Tran Article Published in "Sociological Perspectives"
December 21, 2022
Alicia Smith-Tran's article recently published in Sociological Perspectives titled, "'There’s the Black Woman Thing, and There’s the Age Thing': Professional Black Women on the Downsides of 'Black Don’t Crack' and Strategies for Confronting Ageism at Work."
Alicia Smith-Tran Published Article in "Journal of Autoethnography"
December 1, 2022
Alicia Smith-Tran published an article in the Journal of Autoethnography titled, "Expecting in Unexpected Times: Navigating a Pandemic Pregnancy."
Alicia Smith-Tran Delivers Lecture at Case Western Reserve University
April 29, 2022
On April 22, Assistant Professsor of Sociology Alicia Smith-Tran delivered The Gene S. Uyeki Memorial Lecture at an event hosted by Case Western Reserve University's Department of Sociology. The lecture was titled "Private Troubles, Peer-Reviewed: On Personal Growth and Writing Sociologically."
Alicia Smith-Tran Coauthors Article
December 20, 2021
Assistant Professor of Sociology Alicia Smith-Tran coauthored an article about worker misclassification with two researchers at Case Western Reserve University. The article was published in Critical Sociology.
Alicia Smith-Tran Publishes Article in Engaging Sports
October 13, 2021
Assistant Professor of Sociology Alicia Smith-Tran ’10 recently published the article “Black Girls RUN! and the Importance of Finding a Fitness Community” in Engaging Sports, an official publication of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport.