Monthly Archives: May 2018

Sociology Undergraduate Awarded Funding to Attend Conference in UK

Sociology undergraduate, Linh Ly, was awarded the Ruth H. Hagenstein Endowed Scholarship to attend iConference in Sheffield, UK along with her research team from several US universities to present their paper, “#Depression Among Immigrant College Students: Findings from a Systematic Literature Review … Continue reading

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Autumn Quarter Undergraduate Public Policy Courses

We are excited to let you know that the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance has three undergraduate courses coming up in Autumn quarter: PUBPOL 201: Introduction to Public Policy and Governance, PUBPOL 355: Nonprofits, Philanthropy, and Social Innovation, and PUBPOL 499: … Continue reading

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Uniting Voices 2018: Mental Health Conference

You are invited to… UNITING VOICES 2018: MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE     Speaker and workshop details: Keynote Speaker: Samantha Powers Dispelling the Myths of Trauma and Student Veterans Rm. 145, 10:00-11:00 PM A commemoration of Memorial Day weekend Workshop Breakout Session … Continue reading

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Great summer VLPA+W course: English 200B: Immigrant/Transitional Fictions (A term)

ENGL 200 B,  “Immigrant/Transnational Fictions,” is a VLPA and W course offered summer A-term,  M-Th,  noon-2:10, SLN 11347.      This course is dedicated to reading and writing about works of fiction that explore the global movement of people in a time when migratory flows … Continue reading

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Earning credit for internship learning: General Studies 350

General Studies 350 is a mechanism for earning credit for the learning associated with an internship experience. Students in General Studies 350 have three options for how to reflect upon and demonstrate their learning during summer internships: Option # 1: General Studies … Continue reading

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Honors Info Session! Tuesday May 15th at 1pm in Savery 245

Wondering what the Honors program is like and whether you should consider applying? Come to Savery 245 at 1pm Tuesday May 15th (TOMORROW!) to hear from the current director of the Honors program and get your questions answered  

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Calling all Community Service Rock Stars to apply for the Al Black Award!

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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Paid RA opportunity seeking Undergrads for SUM/AUT at CERSE

Hey SOC majors! If you’re enrolling this Summer Quarter and/or this Autumn Quarter and want to put the skills you’ve acquired in sociological analysis to new uses as an RA (Research Assistant) check out this exciting opportunity. This is an … Continue reading

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Check out these Summer SOC Classes!

Still looking to round out your summer class schedule? Check out these Sociology courses: This husky knows how awesome SOC classes in the Summer are! SOC 456- Political Sociology (A-Term!) Monday—Thursday 10:50 — 1:00pm (A-Term only) SLN 13440 Course Flyer- … Continue reading

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Graduate Program in Rome in Sustainable Cultural Heritage

Work on your MA with one of the professors in Rome who helps make the site visits for the Sociology Study Abroad so engaging, Prof. Valerie Higgins The M.A. program in Sustainable Cultural Heritage trains graduates to face the most … Continue reading

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