College of Arts and Sciences JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) Council Recognized for Institutional Work.
It's time for an exciting update on our recent endeavors and happenings within the Sociology Club!
- Cultivating personal and career growth: Christina Nelson’s experience at Garden to Table Silicon Valley
Exploring how food justice looks at an urban education farm.
We caught up with Perla Luna ‘19 at SCU's LEAD First-Generation Conference in November. Perla brought students from her high school to learn more about being first-gen and succeeding in college.
Alumna Michelle Rodriguez ‘06 uses lessons from Sociology and Ethnic Studies classes on a daily basis in work at LinkedIn
Randy Shi ‘16 advises current students to “get involved in more technical aspects of sociological analysis and have some fun with school projects”
Bodies are an important site of sociological study.
Patrick Lopez-Aguado awarded the Public Intellectual Award
Gregory Walswick awarded the Nancy Keil Service Excellence Award
Molly M. King was awarded an NSF grant for her research on gender differences in scientific collaboration networks.
In Spring 2023, the department hosted two informative career exploration/development and networking events with SCU sociology major alums who shared their professional experiences and advice to current SCU students about post-graduation life.
Robinson Receives National Award
Sociology Club highlights what events they've hosted throughout the winter and spring quarters
Sociologist Andreana Clay from SFSU gave a vibrant and lively talk about the impact of music on social movements
The department's journal for undergraduate research showcases outstanding student work
Department Celebrates 2023 Graduates and Award Winners at End-of-Year Banquet
The SCU experience continues to invigorate our alumni's engagement with themes relevant to sociology
Sociology commends Dr. Katia Moles’ six years of teaching excellence and service
Tribute by Francisco Jiménez, Professor Emeritus, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Santa Clara University
Two sociology students explore the future of accessibility for people with disabilities through climate crisis research.
Sociologist Jeff Lockhart visited SCU Sociology to present his research on how AI and machine learning interact with gender and sex.
Participating with the Miller Center Lewis Family Fellowship, Judith Li provided two deliverables to their enterprise partner to advance the mission of delivering solar-powered safe-water filtration systems to off-grid rural areas of East Africa, applying sociological insights to the real world.
Club Oasis: Childhood Memories, Recipient 2021 Latino International Book Award for Best Young Adult Nonfiction Book