Assistant Professor Molly M. King says FEMA hasn’t prepared enough to protect people with disabilities from climate change. Her critical realist model for climate justice could bring those concerns to the forefront.
Sociology Club now a Registered Student Organization
Cecilia Menjívar lectures on the Continuum of Violence in the Lives of Central American Women Asylum Seekers
Professor Alma Garcia: Club Oasis: Childhood Memories
SCU’s Sociology Department supports their majors through an internship program focused on career exploration, research opportunities, and post-graduate success.
Working as a Research Assistant, studying what it’s like to work as a Research Assistant
Department sponsors international colloquium bringing together scholars from three continents.
Emma's experience as a research assistant in the sociology department
Department sponsors symposium in August 2021.
Recent Graduate presents Honors Thesis at American Sociological Association Annual Conference
Research with Prof. Di helps her understand contextualization is not only capturing a cross-section of contemporary time, but also considering how history shapes a community with common memory.
This spring, the Department of Sociology is proud to announce seven majors as its 2020-2021 senior award winners
Department undergraduate research journal highlights exemplary student work
Laura Nichols promoted to Full Professor and Cara Chiaraluce promoted to Senior Lecturer
Charles Powers retires after more than two decades at SCU
See what professors have been up to this quarter!
Anjali Rangaswami ’21 noticed some gaps in research on sexual harassment in higher education. So she won a Fulbright to do it herself.
Sociology major among 17 SCU students and alumni to be named Fulbright Semi-finalists.