Screening and panel with co-directors of this "part road-movie, part inspirational small town drama, and part art documentary."
Damon Williams '14 presents "Bigger Than the Cops: Racialized State Violence and the Movement for Black Lives."
A brilliant, caring, and sophisticated scholar and inspiring activist passed away Feb. 12, 2016, in his home in Seattle.
Conference includes faculty-led discussions, student presentations, keynote by genocide studies scholar, and invited alumni address.
Registrar's Office Forms: major declaration, registration (including add/drop paperwork), independent study, and other miscellaneous forms
Course Registration Information: all available courses across disciplines available for the academic year (with descriptions), including short-courses, and final exam schedules
- The Fund for American Studies--policy, political journalism, business and government affairs and legal studies programs for undergraduates
- REUs in Social and Behavioral Sciences sponsored by the NSF--government sponsored research opportunities for undergraduates
Whether you are a first- or second-year student considering majoring in sociology, a third-year contemplating which 200-level course to take next semester, or are a senior figuring out your future plans, we have a plethora of resources available at your disposal.