Come hear the sociology student reserach presentations at the 2nd annual Student Undergraduate Research Festival (SURF). During the 4:00-5:00 session, Skye Summers, sociology senior, will be presenting her research, "Prostitution: An Analytical Approach" in O'Connell 101 and Jeremy Peters, sociology senior, will be presenting his research, "Domestic Violence: Why People Stay" in Simperman 101/201.
Considering a summer course? Check out the summer catalog to learn more about these Sociology/Anthropology course offerings, including an on-line Introduction to Sociology, substantive courses not offered during the school year, and the very special Archaeological Field School:
SO 101 Intro to Sociology--on-line
So 289 Social Deviance
So 389 Social Stratification
So 341 Archaeological Field School
Check out some of our substantive courses offered Fall 2013!
So 200 Social Problems (ND)
SO/AN 204 Cultural Anthropology (GD)
SO/AN 208 The Family (ND)
SO 216 Social Psychology (ND)
SO/AN 218 Introduction to Native American Studies (ND)
So 225 Sociology of Gender
SO 262 Alcoholism, Drug Abuse and Dependent Behavior
So 291 Social Gerontology
SO/AN 317 Ethnic & Racial Relations (ND)
Congratulations to 2012 sociology alum Chris Betchie who will begin at UM Law School in Fall 2013!
Easton Padden, sociology sophomore, won the national NAIA title for pole-vaulting! Congratulations, Easton!
See this wonderful article about Irene here. Irene is taking So 230 Fall 2012.
Have you ever wondered why American women and girls often use Halloween as an opportunity to dress up more scantily than they would otherwise? See Dr. Chute's interview on local news discuss this phenomenon.
Dr. Chute, Jon Hamm, Katie Goodrum, Sarah Kellebrew and Dr. Dolan