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Next‑door‑office‑neighbours head up Canadian professional associations

Posted by SOSA web team on September 1, 2016 in Research
Dal profs Martha Radice (left) and Howard Ramos. (Ryan McNutt photo)
Dal profs Martha Radice (left) and Howard Ramos. (Ryan McNutt photo)

Two familiar SOSA faces are taking up leadership roles on the national stage. Dr. Howard Ramos is current president of the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA), while Dr. Martha Radice is president-elect of the Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA). The pair happen to have offices next door to each other, and already work on research projects together. Dal News reported on the "presidential pair", who commented on the opportunities their coincidental roles bring.