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ANTH 329-01: Ethnographic Film

November 26, 2014 by | News

Looking for a super cool class for Spring? Check out this new course being offered, ANTH 329-01: Ethnographic Film, on Wednesdays at 4 – 6:50 p.m. with instructor Jennifer Cool. This course explores ethnographic film, broadly defined as a genre that addresses human cultural issue from an anthropological perspective. The class will examine ethnographic film

Millennials Will Makeover America: Nov. 10

October 27, 2014 by | News

The Sociology Department and Alpha Kappa Delta present, “Millennials Will Makeover America” — on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 4 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. in Beckman Hall 107 with co-authors Morley Winograd and Mike Hais. Winograd and Hais are co-authors of Millennial Makeover and discuss in detail the contours and causes of the country’s five

Alumni Spotlight: Jeff Cooper (’14)

October 23, 2014 by | News

Wilkinson College of Humanities & So…In May 2014, Communication Major, Jeff Cooper (double minor in English and Sociology) graduated from Chapman University and recently sent Communication Studies Professor, Nicholas Leighton, an email to tell him how he was doing. Check out what he had to say and how Chapman prepared him for his current position.

Making a Change, Being Involved: Life beyond the Campus, Nov. 3

October 10, 2014 by | News

Attention research students! On Monday, November 3, 2014 you’re invited to the first BURN workshop of the fall, Making a Change, Being Involved: Life beyond the Campus, at 12-1 p.m. in the Laura Scudder Conference Room, Roosevelt Hal 127 with Professors Jan Osborn and Morgan Read-Davidson. One of the life skills we gain at a

Feminist-Art-Theory-Power

October 8, 2014 by | News

Students enrolled in (Sociology) Professor Clara Magliola’s “Feminist-Art-Theory- Power” class were asked to complete five “Art-Theory Projects” over the 2014 Fall semester.  Such projects allow students to apply and illustrate analytical concepts from Social Theory (including feminist theory) through visual expression, as complementing/companion pieces to verbal and text-based expression. For the first project, students were

Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers CRASsH Chat

September 29, 2014 by | News

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences invites all faculty to the first CRASsH Chat of the year on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. in the Laura Scudder Conference Room, Dean’s Suite, Roosevelt Hall 127. Launching this new series will be Dr. Chris Bader (Sociology). The conversations will be centered

If you do any type of research, then you must read this!

September 26, 2014 by | News

NVivo is a software that helps researchers of all types organize and analyze qualitative and mixed methods data, such as, research, evaluation, or assessment. If this is something you do, then you need to learn about the powerful tools within NVivo that will allow you to manage, review, analyze and efficiently produce results. NVivo will

Interterm 2015: Tibetan Buddhist Retreat

September 26, 2014 by | News

Want a challenging and serene interterm 2015, then join Sociology Professor, Dr. Bernard McGrane at a 10 day retreat course (January 21-31, 2015) at a  in the Colorado Rockies at the Shambhala Mountain Center. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism as well as the Sacred Warrior Tradition of Shambhala.

Sociology Student Advising Mixer: Sept. 24

September 17, 2014 by | News

The Sociology Department is hosting a student mixer on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014 and all students interested in Sociology, Anthropology, Women’s Studies – that of which includes an emphasis in Inequality/Social Justice, Culture/Globalization, Sociological Practice and Community, and Social Psychology, are invited to come and learn what courses to take and if you are on

Students Present Their Projects to City Officials

August 7, 2014 by | News

Assistant Professor in Sociology in Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Georgiana Bosteanjust, recently taught a Geographic Information System course (GIS), working with the City of Orange. Wilkinson students in her course were fortunate enough to take a field trip to the city’s GIS office to meet City GIS officials and see how their