PhD candidate Adrienne Atterberry receives Chancellor's Citation
Adrienne Atterberry, a PhD candidate in sociology, received a 2020 Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Student Research as part of the One University Awards. The award is given to undergraduate and graduate students who, during their time at Syracuse University, have engaged in collaborative research that has the potential to make a deep and lasting impact on the greater society.
Atterberry’s work examines the social and cultural effects of globalization. As such, she designed a dissertation project titled “Cultivating India’s New Transnational Elite: Parenting, Schooling and Belonging in the Age of Global IT.” This project examines the global crisscrossing movements of highly skilled professionals and their families. It specifically focuses on how such movement affects professionals’ parenting practices, as well as youths’ understanding of their identity and sense of national belonging.
Read more about Atterberry and the other recipients of the Chancellor's Citation for Excellence in the SU News article "Members of the University Community Honored with 2020 Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence." 05/28/20