Announcing the addition of SWMS 310, Gender and Social Justice, to the Fall 2016 Schedule of Classes

Sociology Honor’s Seminar Research Presentation

Join our department in celebrating the outstanding work of these young scholars!

Wednesday, April 27th

Presentations at 4:00pm

Reception at 5:00pm

HSH 201


Fall 2016 POSC Courses

FALL 2016 POSC Courses

Fall 2016 Comparative Politics Courses

Comparative Politics Courses

Fall 2016 Law and Public Policy Courses

Law and Public Policy Courses

BISC-490 Application Workshop

USC Natural Science and Pre-health students and advisors:

Please Save the Date

 BISC-490 Application Workshop

Monday, April 11, 2016 from 11AM to 1 PM


Limited Seating!

If you are a Natural Sciences or Pre-Health student interested in applying to enroll in a research course (BISC-490 or other 490 course), then this is the workshop for you!  We will help guide you through the application process, specifically with writing your research proposal.  If you have a draft of your proposal, please bring it with you for peer and faculty input.

In conjunction with a conference on campus, the Center for Law, History, and Culture is sponsoring a talk for undergraduates interested in law:

Please join us to hear from Professor Martha Jones on:

 The Children of Loving v. Virginia: Living at the Intersection of Law and Mixed-Race Identity

 Thursday, March 31st from 12-1pm

Doheny Memorial Library (DML) Room 240

 Light refreshments will be served

Please RSVP here:

Martha Jones is the Presidential Bicentennial Professor at the University of Michigan where she is a member of the faculties in history, African-American studies, and at the law school.  She is an award-winning scholar and public intellectual, whose books include a forthcoming history of race and citizenship in the pre-Civil War era, Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America (to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2017).  She regularly publishes commentary with CNN and Huffington Post.  Her creative nonfiction has appeared in The Michigan Quarterly Review.

More information on the talk can be found here: