Tag: rural sociology

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Envisioning a more diverse corn belt

J. Arbuckle, professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, is working on a multi-state project funded by the USDA to understand farmers’ views on crop and livestock diversification.

CATEGORIES: Alumni, News

Diego Thompson followed in his mentors’ footsteps

Diego Thompson (MS ’10 sociology, sustainable agriculture; Ph.D. ’14 sociology, sustainable agriculture) credits Professors Emeritus of sociology Cornelia and Jan Flora for nurturing his desire to help rural, disadvantaged groups.