HEBR 315 Modern Hebrew in Popular Culture

Explore modern Hebrew culture through literature, music, film and more. A perfect course for students looking to fulfill their language requirement in a meaningful and engaging way. Heritage speakers welcome! Toda raba!

Soci Cinema Presents: In Sickness and in Wealth — 10/25 — 3pm — HSH 201

HSH 201 – 3pm

Soci Cinema Screening — In Sickness and In Wealth

Pizza will be served.

Summary: What connections exist between healthy bodies, healthy bank accounts and skin color? Follow four individuals from different walks of life to see how their position in society – shaped by social policies and public priorities – affects their health.

NGOs Meeting – OCT 18th – HSH 201 – 5pm

Tuesday, October 18th
HSH 201 – 5pm

NGOs majors, faculty, grad students, others:
Please come talk about your own volunteering/activist work. Our first meeting, in September, made it clear that this will be a fascinating topic. We hope that at least three people will be willing to start the ball rolling by talking about their own volunteering/activist work.

To RSVP, please go to the Facebook page, and write in the “comments” of the announcement of this event, to say that you’d like to talk about your own volunteering/activism, or just to say that you’re coming. See you then!

https://www.facebook.com/uscngosmajor/

 

Welcome Back, Sociology — 9/8, 12pm, HSH 201

Welcome back!

We hope your Fall semester is off to a great start! The Department of Sociology would like to invite you to lunch on Thursday, September 8th at 12pm in HSH 201. Come to learn what’s new and meet your fellow majors, Soci Faculty and graduate students! Please RSVP here by Tuesday, September 6th.

Have great days!

Sociology Honors Seminar Application

The Sociology Honors Seminar will be unlike any class you have taken here.  It is an interactive seminar, with the collective focus on helping each student produce sociological research and knowledge. In this class, students do not sit back as consumers of sociological knowledge, but everyone is required to lean in and devise a research project. It’s an exciting and challenging process, one that requires creativity and self-discipline, but you are supported by the instructor, the seminar and an additional faculty mentor.  Over the course of two semesters, each student will develop and write an original research project that will serve as the senior sociology honors thesis.

Who should take this class?  Any Sociology senior with a strong GPA, a curiosity about the social world, and anyone wishing to engage in original research that will provide the type of writing sample that many graduate programs require as part of the admissions process.

Interested in seeing what this year’s Sociology Honors Seminar students have produced?  Come to HSH 201 on April 30 at 2pm, for the presentations.

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SOCI Honors Seminar Presentations

Join us for the presentation of our SOCI Honors Seminar!
Thursday, April 30th, 2015 — HSH 201
Thesis presentations: 2:00-3:30pm
Reception: 3:30-5:00pm
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Sociology Student-Alumni Mixer Thursday, April 16th

Thinking about your future? Come hear Mr. George Pla, who majored in Sociology, speak about the importance of sociology in his successful career as an entrepreneur and mingle with other recent  alumni from diverse fields such as public relations, community  organizing, and more. Feel free to bring your resume!

Thursday, April 16th
HSH 201 — 4:30pm-6:00pm
RSVP HERE
#SociAlumMix