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Lindsey Ibanez

Lindsey Ibanez

Asst Professor/Asst Director Center for Undergraduate Scholarly & Creative Proj
College of Arts and Sciences
Area of Specialty: relational work
Henderson Learning Resources Center
Room 218
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
Degrees & Certifications
University of Chicago, Master of Arts
Ohio State University, Master of Arts
Ohio State University, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History

Courses taught: The City and Urban Life, Organizations, Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Religion, Sociological Theory, Research Methods, Sociology of Poverty

  • CE 300 A, Special Topics in Cmnty Study
  • SO 100 C, Introduction to Sociology
  • SO 308 A, Sociology of Mental Health
  • SO 323 A, The City and Urban Life
  • SO 363 XA, Internship
  • SO 366 A, Directed Readings
  • SO 367 A, Directed Research
  • SO 495 A, Sociology Senior Capstone
Scholarly Interests/Activities

Ibañez, Lindsey M. "Relational work in Nicaragua’s low-wage labor market." Socio-Economic Review 19, no. 1 (2021): 359-375.

Ibañez, Lindsey. "Job Referrals in the Global South." Contexts 20, no. 1 (2021): 36-41.

Steven H. Lopez and Lindsey M. Ibañez. "“Reinventing and Doubling Down: Resisting Downward Mobility in the New Economy.” Social Problems, forthcoming.

Ibañez, Lindsey M., and Steven H. Lopez. "“Coming Back to Who I Am”: Unemployment, Identity, and Social Support." Research in the Sociology of Work, 2018.

Ibáñez, Lindsey. "Beyond inclusiveness: institutions, cooperation and rural development." Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du développement 36, no. 4 (2015): 499-515.

Taylor, Jim D., and Lindsey M. Ibañez. "Sociological Approaches to Self‐injury." Sociology Compass 9, no. 12 (2015): 1005-1014.

Economic sociology, work & labor markets, poverty, urban sociology, Latin America

Service Interests/Activities
Board member, Friends of the Dominican Republic
Career Accomplishments

Retention All-Star, Center for Student Success and Retention, Washburn University

Dissertation Fellowship, American Association of University Women

Dissertation Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2018-2019

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2019-2020

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2020-2021

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2021-2022

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2022-2023

Certificate of Inclusive Teaching and Learning 2022-2023

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