Monthly Archives: May 2017

SOC Blog-a-thon Day 3: SOC 401 B

SOC 401 B: Sociology of the Urban Street Gang (B TERM) Course Overview:  Instructor: John Leverso (jlever5@uw.edu) Schedule: B TERM; MTWTh 9:30 am to 11:50 am SLN: 13532 5 credits (Individuals & Society) This course will satisfy five credits of the Sociology Elective … Continue reading

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SOC Blog-A-Thon Day 2: SOC 240

The Sociology Department Blog-A-Thon Day 2 Featured Course:  SOC 240: Introduction to Social Psychology Course Overview:  Instructor: Daniel Nolan (dnolan4@uw.edu) Schedule: Full Term; MW 8:30 to 10:10 am SLN: 13515 5 credits (Individuals & Society) This course will satisfy five credits of the … Continue reading

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Calling all Community Service Rock Stars!

Are you or one of your fellow students a Community Service rock star? Do you know someone who is deeply involved in community service projects and who is graduating this year? Encourage them to apply for the Albert W. Black … Continue reading

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SOC Blog-a-thon Day 1: SOC 401A

The Sociology Department Blog-A-Thon Day 1 Featured Course:  SOC 401 A: The Sociology of NGOS: NGOs, Civil Society, and Legitimacy (A TERM) Course Overview:  Instructor: Raphael Mondesir (monder@uw.edu) Schedule: A TERM; MTWTh 10:50 to 1:00 pm SLN: 13531 5 credits (Individuals & Society) … Continue reading

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Final New Major Career Launch for the Year: Sign up NOW!

About to hit the job search? Still need to land a summer internship? The end of the year is a great time to start thinking about how you will go beyond being defined by your major and your grades. Have … Continue reading

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**REMINDER** TOMORROW! Internship Story Share!

Curious about internships? Confused about how to get started? Wondering what to do next after your internship is completed?  **TOMORROW!** Internship Story Share: A Showcase of Student Perspectives Tuesday (TOMORROW), May 16, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Smith 320 Join … Continue reading

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HAPPENING NOW: SUMMER BLOG-A-THON

There are so many new and exciting Summer Sociology Courses! But how do I learn more about them? How do I pick which one(s) to register for?! Summer quarter will feature several new and exciting Sociology courses that we can’t wait to … Continue reading

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**TODAY!** Career Panel: Working for Social Justice

Interested in Social Justice? Come check out this great Career Panel, happening TODAY! Working for Social Justice Thursday, May 11 @ 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm UW HUB, Room 145 The event will feature UW alumni discussing their career paths … Continue reading

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Labor Studies Scholarships Available!!

Are you a University of Washington student studying labor and workers rights? Working for social justice outside the classroom? Pursuing a career in the labor movement, law, public service or the non-profit sector? Apply Now for a Labor Studies Scholarship!  … Continue reading

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[SOC in the News]: How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality

The following is an excerpt from a New York Times article, posted on 5/9/17 by Matthew Desmond… How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality An enormous entitlement in the tax code props up home prices — and overwhelmingly benefits … Continue reading

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