"The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work prepares students to collaboratively think, write and problem-solve. We analyze today's critical problems and develop knowledge and innovative solutions for the future."
During her time at the Chilean university, Dr. Ruiz-Junco participated in several activities and events.
Allen Furr's book explores sociology’s key contributions to the understanding of mental health, providing a counterpoint to the medical approach to the subject.
Katherine Hardin ’21 recently accepted a position with the CDC’s National Center for Injury and Prevention Control.
Gernert's thesis explored the lived experiences of individuals who reported symptoms of electromagnetic sensitivity.