Learning & Teaching
- ANSO100: People, Culture, Society
- ANSO351: Survey Research Methods
- O’Brien, Timothy L. and Shiri Noy. “Cultural Authority in Comparative Context: A Multilevel Analysis of Trust in Science and Religion.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 57(3): 495-513.
- Noy, Shiri and Timothy L. O’Brien. “An Intersectional Analysis of Perspectives on Science and Religion in the United States.” The Sociological Quarterly 59(1): 40-61.
- Jabbour, Randa and Shiri Noy. “Wyoming Producer Priorities and Perceptions of Alfalfa Insect Pests.” Journal of Integrated Pest Management 8(1): 26-31.
- Noy, Shiri. “Healthy Targets? World Bank Projects and Targeted Health Programmes and Policies in Peru, Argentina, and Costa Rica, 1980-2005.” Oxford Development Studies 46(2): 164-183.
- Noy, Shiri and Randa Jabbour. “Using Egocentric Networks to Illustrate Information Seeking and Sharing by Alfalfa Farmers in Wyoming.” Journal of Extension 55(2): 1-7.
- Noy, Shiri and Jessica Sprague-Jones. “Comparative dynamics in public health spending: Re-conceptualizing delta-convergence to examine how convergence occurs in the OECD and Latin America.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 57(6): 425-448.
- Noy, Shiri and Timothy L. O’Brien. “A Nation Divided: Science, Religion, and Public Opinion in the United States.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 2: 1-15.
- Noy, Shiri and Koen Voorend. “Social Rights or Citizenship Rights? Migrants’ Access to Health in Costa Rica, Argentina and Chile.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 17(2): 605-629.
- Noy, Shiri. “The Washington Consensus and Social Policy: World Bank Projects and Health Sector Reform in Costa Rica.” Latin American Policy 26(2): 182-204. (lead article)
- Noy, Shiri and Kevin Doran. “Globalization and the National Determinants of Ethnic Conflict.” Political and Military Sociology: An Annual Review 43: 27-57.
- O’Brien, Timothy L. and Shiri Noy. “Americans’ Traditional, Modern, and Post-Secular Perspectives on Science and Religion.” American Sociological Review 80(1): 92-115.
- Winner of the 2013 Schuessler Award for Graduate Research, Indiana University
- Media coverage includes: Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Huffington Post, National Geographic, Arstechnica, Science Daily, Religion News, States Chronicle.
- Noy, Shiri and Patricia A. McManus. “Modernization, Globalization, and Convergence in Public Health Expenditure in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Sociology of Development 1(2): 321-346. (part of the double inaugural issue of the journal)
- Noy, Shiri. “Secrets and the Sociological Imagination: Using PostSecret.com to Illustrate Sociological Concepts.” Teaching Sociology 42(3): 187-195.
- Noy, Shiri. “Las Políticas de Salud del Banco Mundial [The World Bank’s Health Policies].” Revista de Ciencias Sociales 142(5): 75-85.
- Noy, Shiri and Rashawn Ray. “Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Their Advisors: Is There Systematic Disadvantage in Mentorship?” Journal of Higher Education 83(6): 876-914.
- Noy, Shiri. “New Contexts, Different Patterns? A Comparative Analysis of Social Spending and Government Health Expenditure in Latin America and the OECD.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 52(3): 215–244.
- 2015 American Sociological Association (ASA) Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline Award for “World Bank Discourse on Health Sector Reform, 1980-2010”
- 2014 Basic Research Grant for “World Bank Health Projects, 1980-2010,” University of Wyoming
- 2013 Agricultural Experiment Station Grant, Co-PI with Randa Jabbour, “Assessment of alfalfa pest management challenges and strategies across Wyoming: Responding to farmer priorities and engaging students in the land-grant mission.” University of Wyoming
- 2017 Top Ten Teacher Award, University of Wyoming
- 2017 Promoting Intellectual Engagement (PIE) Teaching Award, University of Wyoming
- 2015 Winner of the 2015 Esther L. Kinsley Ph.D. Dissertation Award, Indiana University
- 2014 Promoting Intellectual Engagement (PIE) Teaching Award, University of Wyoming
- 2013 Schuessler Award for Graduate Research, Indiana University
- Best faculty paper for “The World Bank and Targeting in Health Policy in Peru, Argentina, and Costa Rica.” Sociology of Development Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah