Check out Professor Len Albright’s article in today’s Boston Globe about changes and ecology of population in Massachusetts.
Take a look at our new Fall 2013 Registration Information page! It will help you make your course selections easier.
Alexandra Liu, a Anthropology and International Affairs dual major has won the Outstanding Co-op Award. There will be an awards ceremony in April. Congratulations!
Students in sociology and anthropology are given a freedom unique to the social sciences in their ability to carve out their own education and employment paths. The Department is proud to feature a student who has done just that, Kelly Royce, a 2012 sociology graduate and 2013 admit into the Boston University School of Public [...]
From time to time, we feature stories about our recent alumni and the career paths they have blazed, whether in business, public policy, the non-profit world, or education. In this vein, we are pleased to broadcast (read: boast about) the recent accomplishments of Chris Cook, a 2007 major in sociology, who was recently named Principal [...]
West Roxbury Resident One of Best 300 College Professors by Princeton Review
Third-year sociology Ph.D. student Katrina Uhly has been named a 2012 Council for European Studies Fellow. This fellowship, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, includes a stipend of $4,000 to conduct pre-dissertation fieldwork in Europe, as well as travel support for attending and presenting at the 2014 CES International Conference for Europeanists in Washington, [...]
Discovering the world through experiential learning
Eric Madfis was interviewed by the Northeastern News on Analyzing and Preventing School Shootings.
Recently, a freshman sociology major asked some seniors about the role of sociology in business, and specifically wondered about whether sociologists might be involved in marketing and product design. This prompted a lively discussion. What follows is an adapted version of the exchange that ensued. Alex Taylor, Class of 2013 I did my first co-op [...]