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Current Sociology Ambassadors present about the benefits of studying Sociology at Illinois and their own experiences in the program.
Current Sociology Student Ambassadors will give a presentation on the benefits of studying Sociology at Illinois!
Current Sociology Student Ambassadors will deliver a presentation and answer questions about the benefits of studying Sociology at Illinois.
Current Sociology Student Ambassadors will give a presentation on the benefits of studying Sociology at Illinois and discuss their own experiences in the program.
Join us for another installment of our Fall Seminar Series on Friday, November 6th, 2020 at 9am on Zoom. Sociology professor Kevin Leicht will break down the November 3rd election through a sociological lens.
Current Sociology Student Ambassadors will deliver a presentation on the benefits of studying Sociology at Illinois and their own experiences!
We hope you can join us for the November lecture with Dr. Susan Martinis, Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation.
Syndemics refers to complex epidemics involving two types of adverse interaction – the clustering and interactions of two or more diseases or health conditions (the biological–biological interface)and social environmental factors (the biological–social interface). The theory has been widely applied in the fields of medicine, public health and anthropology.
Hang out with Sociology faculty and students this Thursday on Zoom in another lunchtime chat! Take a break, grab a bite, and have some fun conversation!
The beginnings of Arab feminisms can be traced back to the end of the nineteenth century and early twentieth century against a backdrop of colonialism, anti-colonial struggles, and the emergence of postcolonial nation states.
JOIN US for the 30th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with BBC World Affairs Correspondent, Presenter and Author Mike Thomson, author Syria’s Secret Library: Reading and Redemption in a Town Under Siege
How does social media contribute to increased polarization in society? To what extent are librarians aware of issues concerning algorithms and data privacy? Where is the line between responsible and malicious artificial intelligence? What role does the library play in combating disinformation?