How remote teaching has given Molly King new insights that make her teaching better.
This course will discuss gender using a sociological lens, introducing gender systems in contemporary American society.
Laura Robinson and co-author Aneka Khilnana '07 published articles and presented on digital inequalities.
Patrick Lopez-Aguado spent his sabbatical researching unfair criminal justice policies in Santa Clara County.
Di Di had the pleasure of interacting with students, publishing my research, presenting the findings at conferences, and starting a new research project.
Molly King is grateful for the opportunity to serve the project of building a more just, humane, and sustainable world as part of the Sociology Department at SCU.
Alma Garcia’s memoir is in the last stages of production and will be available directly from Floricanto Press (and Amazon) in 2021.
Alejandra Sanchez gained the tools to understand her life experiences that she once believe were unique to her.
Sociology inspired her to pursue a Masters of Public Health.
"Sociology’s emphasis on challenging power structures and inequalities, reinvigorated my passion for social justice."
"Sociology has changed the way that I think and see the world."
Annual research journal showcasing distinguished papers from students
Sociology senior receives Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., Award
Sociology Senior wins annual award for her story “Lighter”
New name reflects the new breadth of content
Leaving her latest position as the Department of Sociology Senior Administrative Assistant
Gracelyn Bateman graduated from SCU in 2012 with a major in sociology and minors in history and women’s & gender studies.
Erika Rasmussen, a senior sociology and English major with minors in Creative Writing and Spanish, originally from Denver, Colorado.
Kellan Weinberger is 2020 SCU graduate who majored in Sociology and minored in Creative Writing.
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Assistant Professor Di Di’s recently published article examines how non-religious scientists construct spirituality in different national contexts
Laura Nichols was featured in Inside Higher Ed about her new book The Journey Before Us: First-Generation Pathways From Middle School to College which discusses the challenges first-generation students face.
Assistant Professor Molly M. King was invited to London in September 2019 to present her research at a session on diversity and inequality in academic careers.
Six Sociology majors received REAL fellowships in summer 2019 to participate in internships, research, or other unpaid work opportunities.