Sociology Welcomes New Faculty Neha Gondal and Saida Grundy

Gondal-and-Grundy1The Department of Sociology is committed to understanding and challenging institutionalized inequalities. We welcome critical reflection and conversations on race.

It is in this spirit that we welcome our new colleagues Neha Gondal and Saida Grundy, who join the faculty this Fall.

Dr. Neha Gondal received her PhD from Rutgers University in 2013 following which she served as Assistant Professor of Sociology at The Ohio State University for two years. She specializes in the study of culture and stratification through the lens of social networks using quantitative, interpretive, and mathematical techniques.

Dr. Saida Grundy received her PhD in August 2014 in Sociology and Women’s Studies from the University of Michigan.  She studies the dynamics of race, class and gender and has conducted research on race, masculinity and class reproduction at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Welcome Neha and Saida!