Congratulations to the eight projects involving Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences faculty as project leaders and principal investigators that were awarded a total of $86,501 from Chapman University’s inaugural Scholarly Creative and Research Seed Funds! The goal of these competitive merit-based internal funding opportunities is to support new and innovative projects in
Law enforcement, policymakers, and the public widely regard domestic terrorism and white supremacist extremism (WSE), in particular, as a growing threat with global connections and substantial digital infrastructure. In 2020, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded the University of Nebraska Omaha a 10-year, $36 million grant to launch the National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and
The Department of Sociology hosts monthly colloquia featuring faculty members and guest scholars throughout the academic year. All students and faculty in the Department of Sociology (Sociology; Anthropology; Women’s Studies; Law, Justice and Social Control; Latinx Studies, etc.) are encouraged to come. Sociology Colloquium Series Below is a list of when these will be happening
The Department of Sociology is proud to present, Dr. Ali Modarres, on Monday, September 28, 2015 for two different speaking engagements. Dr. Modarres will speak in Argyros 209B at 12:30 p.m. in a lecture titled , Urban Transformation and the Politics of Space in the Middle East . Bring your lunches and
Associate Professor of Sociology Lynn Horton traveled and presented at Latin American Studies Association International Conference. Professor of Sociology Roberta Lessor was nominated for the Vice-President Elect Pacific Sociological Association 2011 – 2012. Assistant Professor of Sociology Stephanie Takaragawa is the Program editor for American Anthropology Association’s Society of Visual Anthropology.