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BA Sociology

BA Sociology

As sociologists at Birmingham we’re really interested in asking some of the big questions of our day. Thinking about the world around us and what our role as individuals is within it. So thinking specifically about power and how power operates, what the role of race, class, gender and other forms of social inequality are

IUP Sociology Major, Qiana Lightner

IUP Sociology Major, Qiana Lightner

Why I want to help people? I have no idea. But, since I was born, that’s what my, everybody in my family has said, why is she so compassionate? Where did that come from? I was just born like that, I guess. One of my professors, Dr. Garcia, he saw, like, that little hint of

BA Education & Sociology (Hons)

BA Education & Sociology (Hons)

My name’s Eki and I’m doing the Education and Sociology degree, I’m year three. I originally am from Nigeria but I live in West Bromwich. The university campus is a very, very amazing place. It is green, it is beautiful and is welcoming. I think the major thing is the diversity as well, there are

How My Sociology PhD has Prepared Me

How My Sociology PhD has Prepared Me

I come from an immigrant family, my parents don’t have formal education, so I spent my first two years wondering if I would even come back the next day to graduate school. MacArthur Park is personally significant for me because this is where my parents met, years after being in Los Angeles, my mom arrived

SDSU | Online Sociology Degree

SDSU | Online Sociology Degree

So, you’re a member of the workforce and have settled into a pretty great job. Well, I guess we’re done here. Strike the set, we’re out of here. Wait, hold up. Don’t you want something more? The important question to ask yourself is, “what could you career path look like with a Sociology degree?” To

How the census overlooks the LGBTQ community

How the census overlooks the LGBTQ community

when it comes to who identifies as LGBT there’s a generation divide in the u.s. Yas Queen between three to four point five percent of adults identify as LGBT compared to about eight to nine percent of teenagers the thinking is that younger generations feel more comfortable sharing their identity and it’s important that we

Exceptional People

Exceptional People

I’m a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering. I also hold a Canada Research Chair in Bioresource Engineering. What that means is I work with bioresource management and environmental sustainability, which are two really important and exciting fields right now, both in Canada and globally. I think this is important to Canada in terms