This Spring, on April 14-15, the Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC) will be hosting the 3rd Annual Amber Buckley-Shaklee Graduate Student Conference in Sociology. For more information, click the title link above, then click the More Information link.
The Criminology, Law, and Society Minor provides a foundation for students seeking to supplement their major area of study, to develop knowledge and skills needed for criminological, law, and justice related occupations, or to lay foundation for law school or graduate study in sociology, criminology, or justice fields. Students take a range of courses that provide theoretical and practical knowledge while exposing students to current sociological, legal, and justice issues.
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The Info Session introduces changes to requirements in the Sociology major effective in Fall 2017. It also introduces the Social Science Research Methods Certificate. To read more, click the title link above, then click the More Information link.
Professor Sandefur's research on legal representation for low-income and indigent litigants is now featured on National Public Radio, on the American Bar Foundation website, and in the Wall Street Journal. To read the executive summary and full report submitted to the American Bar Foundation, click on the title link above, then click the More Information link.
Professor Mendenhall and a team of researchers focusing on black women in history were recently interviewed for an article about their Big Data research. The article appeared in Scientific Computing. To view the article, click on the title link above, then click the More Information link.