Sociology Sociology RSS Feed

This scary, frustrating, crazy, unprecedented election

This year’s extraordinary presidential election has made voters across the country anxious and angry. At Willamette, professors and classes help students navigate through the confusion and understand why their informed vote is important.

Category:

Ta-Nehisi Coates to speak at Willamette University

The bestselling author will deliver “A Deeper Black: Race in America."

Category:

Two students earn fellowships to study public policy this summer

Juniors Grecia Garcia and Julian Juarez will learn about public policy and international affairs this summer.

Category:

Sexism exists within the video game industry, according to student study

Jen Allaway '15 is encouraged by people's reactions to her study on sexism within the gaming industry.

Category:

WU student shares her research on sexism in the video game industry

Jen Allaway '15 is discussing sexism within the game industry in San Francisco March 20.

Category:

Carson Scholars present findings from summer research projects

Sexism, the neuroscience of beauty and astrophysics are among the topics presented.

Category:

Emmanuel Rodriguez '15 invited to study public health careers in NY

Emmanuel Rodriguez will participate in the Columbia Summer Public Health Scholars Program.

Category:

Mark Potok explains why the radical right has grown at free talk Feb. 28

Mark Potok explains why the radical right has grown at free talk.

Category:

Willamette students share research at national conferences

The students are sharing their data on criminology, a college bridge program and immigration policy.

Category:

Two WU students accepted into Teach for America program

Through Teach for America, Brad Schultz and Candace Hamar will instruct disadvantaged youths.

Category: