General News

Sociology Study Abroad Opportunity for Summer 2015!
Sep 2, 2014

Announcing an exciting ASU Study Abroad Opportunity to earn ASU credit while traveling in Europe: Religious and Ethnic Conflict in Western Europe: Spa...

Exciting New Class Offered! - Punishment in American Society
Jul 2, 2014

Are you interested in the interplay between sociological theory and punishment in the United States? Have you ever wondered how surveillance in modern...

Aging

The Caregiver Community: Caregiving Strategies - A Podcast by Dr. Ed Rosenberg
Apr 29, 2014

No matter where you live or work, the world’s population is rapidly aging. In the United States alone, there are nearly 60 million adults age 60 and...

Age-Friendly Towns

Is Boone Age-Friendly? A Community-Based Research/Service-Learning Project
Apr 29, 2014

In the field of gerontology, one of the growing areas or concentrations is “Age-Friendly Communities.”  The goal of this movement is to deter...

Senior Seminar Students

Community-Based Research? Yeah, We Do That!
Aug 26, 2013

In Spring 2013, the Department of Sociology's Senior Seminar course partnered with the Appalachian Women's Fund to examine what barriers women in the ...

Now introducing the Online Graduate Certificate in Sociology!
Jul 8, 2013

The Graduate Certificate in Sociology program focuses on developing the knowledge base and skills to teach Sociology in two-year and four-ye...

Parenting Study
Nov 30, 2012

Overview of the Study"Greater Expectations" is a scholarly study about contemporary heterosexual couples who are co-parenting young children (i.e., pr...