The Department of Sociology & Anthropology
4/30/13 - Senior Seminar/Poster Presentations
Neda Maghbouleh (Consortium for Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow) - published an essay about the Bravo TV show "Shahs of Sunset" for Salon.com (cover story, November 30, 2012). http://www.salon.com/2012/12/01/shahs_of_sunset_the_real_iranians_of_los_angeles/
Megan Postemski '13 - Was awarded the Class of 1969 Graduate Study Award.
Brianna Brown '13 - Has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She will begin graduate studies this fall at the London School of Economics.
Amanda Von Taube '13- Has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Nicole McVinua '13 - Has been accepted to teach in South Louisiana as a member of the 2013 Teach for America corps.
AND, a very special "Congratulations" to this year's Lucille Cafouros Award winners in Sociology & Anthropology:
Megan Postemski - Anthropology
Nicole McVinua - Sociology
The Sociology and Anthropology Department’s mission is fourfold:
- to teach students discipline specific history, knowledge and methods,
- to help students develop critical thinking skills in order to produce reflective, logical, independent theses,
- to support the liberal arts mission of the college, and
- to add to the body of sociological and anthropological knowledge by conducting and disseminating research.
We are committed to excellence in our teaching and research programs. Read more about the Department's mission.
What are they doing with a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology?