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BGSU Sociology research is regularly featured in the national media, and our faculty provide leading media outlets with expert insights on current events. Our faculty and students are frequently recognized for their exceptional research, teaching, and service contributions to the field. Check this page regularly to learn about the latest accolades and media appearances featuring BGSU Sociology. 
Americans are spending less time than ever in the married state, says Susan Brown
"...who's going to care for these people as they age and experience health declines?"
Sociology professors garner nearly $2 million in grants
Wendy D. Manning, Distinguished Research Professor of Sociology, Peggy C. Giordano, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Sociology, and Monica A. Longmore, Professor of Sociology, wrote three grants totaling nearly $2 million. The three professors, who also are close friends, have been working together on research at the University since the late 1990s.
L to R: Colleagues and friends Wendy Manning, Peggy Giordano, and Monica Longmore
People see staying single as a 'survival strategy'


Gary R. Lee, professor emeritus, finds marriage is becoming less feasible for young people because of economic uncertainty.