NEWS & EVENTS
The first application deadline for entrance in to the MA Program in Sociology & Criminology is coming up on February 15. In order to be considered for funding a completed application (including transcripts, recommendation letters and test scores) must be received by the Graduate School by this date.
For further information, please contact: Dr. Daniel Buffington firstname.lastname@example.org 910-962-3434
This conference brings together all those in our community who are invested in supporting and growing the local food system in Southeastern North Carolina. This includes farmers and fishermen, food retailers and establishment, consumers, advocates, and community leaders. The purpose of the conference is to strengthen the activities of these groups and the networks between them. Workshop topics include agricultural and gardening techniques, local food buying and advocacy, and local food council work. For more information, visit the conference website or contact Sarah Daniels, Associate Director of Feast Down East, at email@example.com.
TAKING THE PULSE ON POVERTY
Tuesday, March 29th 7:00-9:00pm Cameron Hall Auditorium
Professor Mike Adams will debate Professor Nadine Strossen on January 21st at Oregon State University. Professor Strossen is the former national president of the ACLU. She is both the first woman and the youngest person ever to hold that position. The Adams/Strossen debate will be on the topic of Roe v. Wade and will be held on the eve of the 43rd anniversary of that Supreme Court decision.
Office of Sponsored Programs-SPARC Provides Grant-Writing Assistance - Drs. Kristen DeVall and Christina Lanier have extensive experience writing grants and are experts in the field of program evaluation.
- Graduation 2015
- UNCW Sociology and Criminology Club Meetings Spring 2016 schedule
- American Society of Criminology 72nd Annual Meeting November 16th -19th 2016
- North Carolina Sociological Association (NCSA) Annual Meeting
- North Carolina Criminal Justice Association (NCCJA) Annual Conference February 4th-6th, 2016 Homewood Suites at Crabtree in Raleigh, NC.
- NCCJA Membership Application
Welcome to the Department of Sociology and Criminology in the College of Arts and Sciences at UNCW. Our department provides a rich learning experience for students interested in the social sciences. We offer a major in Sociology with either a Public Sociology or General Sociology option. We also offer a major in Criminology with the option to choose a Criminology,Criminal Justice or Public Criminology concentration. In addition, we offer minors in both Sociology and Criminology. See our MA program webpage for more information about our Master’s in Sociology and Criminology.For important information about majors, including degree requirements, course descriptions, and admissions requirements, go to these links to view the Sociology, Criminology, or Master’s Program pages.
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The requirements for a major in Sociology, whether choosing the General or Public Sociology concentration. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about the major! Please contact [Associate Chair Dr. Donna King].
Our Faculty page has information about all of our faculty members including their areas of research, courses they teach, their personal websites, and course syllabi.
If you are interested in joining the Sociology and Criminology Club or applying for a scholarship, visit Clubs & Scholarships to find out about club meeting schedules, available scholarships, requirements and deadlines.
Giving to Sociology and Criminology
Annual or one-time gifts designated to the department support student scholarships and hands-on applied learning experiences, like the WHA-UNCW Community Campus, that prepares students for successful internships and post graduate careers. Please visit www.uncw.edu/giveonline for several ways to make a tax-deductible gift to UNCW in support of Sociology and Criminology department.
For more information, visit www.uncw.edu/annualgiving
Or contact Kathy Parish, firstname.lastname@example.org 910-962-3432