Welcome to New Orleans SSN

About the chapter

New Orleans SSN launched in 2013 to build more connections between local scholars, civic leaders, policymakers, and journalists. Our members are particularly interested in the issues that are at the forefront of ongoing debates in the community: education, crime and punishment, the environment, and persistent inequalities.

Leaders
Associate Professor of Political Science, Tulane University
Associate Professor of Management, Loyola University New Orleans
Members
Assistant Professor of Political Communication, Louisiana State University
Associate Professor of Education, University of New Orleans
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Loyola University New Orleans
Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Criminology, Loyola University New Orleans
Founder and President, WYRevolution
Assistant Professor of Public Health, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, Tulane University
Associate Professor of Political Science, Tulane University
Assistant Professor of Criminology and Justice, Loyola University New Orleans
Assistant Professor of African American History, Loyola University New Orleans
Provost Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Loyola University
Assistant Professor of Public Health, Tulane University
New Orleans SSN Graduate Fellow 2018-2019; Predoctoral Fellow in City, Culture, and Community, Tulane University
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Loyola University New Orleans
Administrative Assistant Professor of Women’s Political Leadership, Tulane University; Director of Research, Newcomb College Institute
Visiting Associate Director of Political Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Tulane University
Associate Professor of English and Director of the Modern Slavery Research Project, Loyola University New Orleans
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Loyola University New Orleans
Thomas C. Keller Professor of Global Health Systems and Development, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University

Latest in the News

Christian L. Bolden's research on gang violence discussed in Emily Lane, "For New Orleans Gangs, It's Kill or be Killed, No Matter the Collateral Cost," The Times-Picayune, October 9, 2018.
"What's Your Revolution," Charles S. Corprew, III, WBOK New Orleans, 2017.
Guest to discuss school discipline and alternatives to discipline on "& The Rest Of Us?" on WHIVFM, Estilla Lightfoot, May 2017.
Guest to discuss the decline of Catholic Education on Wisconsin Public Radio, Carol Ann MacGregor, April 17, 2018.

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