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Diane Felmlee, distinguished professor of sociology and demography in the College of the Liberal Arts, was recently awarded the American Journal of Sociology’s 2022 Roger V. Gould Prize for an article on bullying that she co-wrote with her former graduate student, Cassie McMillan, and Robert Faris.

This is Penn State, November 2022

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Bullying is unfortunately a timeless and universal phenomenon, and more pervasive than ever in the age of social media. Research remains critical to understanding the subject, and Diane Felmlee, distinguished professor of sociology and demography in the College of the Liberal Arts, is right at the forefront.

Felmlee, along with her former graduate student, Cassie McMillan, and Robert Faris, professor of sociology at the University of California, Davis, were recently awarded the American Journal of Sociology’s (AJS) 2022 Roger V. Gould Prize for their article, “With Friends Like These: Aggression from Amity and Equivalence.”

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