Monthly Archives: May 2017

Cap & Gown Pick up Starts Next Week

REMINDER! If you’re walking in the 2017 Spring Commencement Ceremony for the Sociology Department and/or the University (Husky Stadium) Ceremony, you must wear a cap & gown. Cap & gown order pick up starts next week!  May 30 – June … Continue reading

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Summer Course: History of Capitalism

Looking for a fun course to take this summer? Consider HSTAA 490: The History of Capitalism, offered by the History Department! HSTAA 490: History of Capitalism (5) (I&S) Instructor: Michael B. Reagan Full Term: MW 10:50 to 1:00 pm in … Continue reading

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Calling all Community Service Rockstars! DUE FRIDAY (5/26) **TOMORROW**

Are you or one of your fellow students a community service rock star? Do you enjoy large sums of money? Are you also graduating this year? Apply for the Albert W. Black Undergraduate Community Service Internship Award! DUE (except the … Continue reading

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SOC Blog-A-Thon Day 5: SOC 230

SOC 230: Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities Course Overview:  Instructor: Savannah Larimore (shlarimo@uw.edu) Schedule: FULL TERM; MW 12:40 – 2:10 SLN: 13528 5 credits (Individuals & Society, Diversity) This course will satisfy five credits of the Sociology Elective requirement This course critically examines health … Continue reading

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[SOC in the News]: UW Sociology’s Tim Thomas Interviewed on KUOW

UW Sociology Department Grad Student Tim Thomas was interviewed about his research on KUOW!  The following is an excerpt from an article published on KUOW by Carolyn Adolph on 5/13/17… Black life is draining out of Seattle, Census Shows “South … Continue reading

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[SOC in the News]: How to Talk to your Professor

The following is an excerpt from an article posted by the New York Times, written by Molly Worthen on 5/13/17… You Can’t Talk to Ur Professor Like This Formal manners and titles aren’t elitist. They ensure respect for everyone. “…At … Continue reading

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**TOMORROW!**Undergraduate Research Symposium!

Are you interested in research? How about seeing what your peers have been up to in their classes this year? Then you should come to… The UW Undergraduate Research Symposium! THIS FRIDAY, May 19th!  THIS Friday is the UW Undergraduate Research … Continue reading

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SOC Blog-A-Thon Day 4: SOC 201B

SOC 201 B: The Self, Emotions, and Society Course Overview:  Instructor: Carter Merklinghaus (anderc27@uw.edu) Schedule: FULL TERM; MW 9:10 to 11:20 AM SLN: 13510 5 credits (Individuals & Society) This course will satisfy five credits of the Sociology Elective requirement* The focus of this … Continue reading

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Combatting Online Aggression

Join this University-wide conversation on cyberstalking, cyberbullying, trolling, and other acts of online aggression! Cultures of Connection: Combatting Online Aggression Public lecture for students, staff, and faculty Monday, May 22, 2017 Kane 110, UW Seattle This event is free and … Continue reading

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Summer Job Opportunity: Camp Read-a-Rama

Are you looking for a fun summer employment opportunity? Apply to be a camp staff member at Camp Read-a-Rama! The camp runs for two weeks in July, the 5th through the 21st, in Seattle. Camp Read-a-Rama, for children ages 4-11, uses … Continue reading

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