Sociology Clubs and Organizations
Sociological & Criminological Student Association
The Sociological & Criminological Student Association is an organization of Sociology and Criminology and Justice Studies undergraduate students, and Sociology graduate students, who work together to plan events and projects that relate to social inequality and justice. The club provides opportunities to network, discuss, and organize around issues that relate to issues like race, class, gender, sexuality, the environment, the prison industrial complex, and policies that relate to social inequality and justice. It also allows opportunities for the students to work together, and get to know each other as well as faculty, in a more informal atmosphere.
Fall 2014 Meeting Times - TBA
Get involved: Contact Lori Cortez, Faculty Advisor
Learn more: Archive of the Sociology Student Association (former name)
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Alpha Kappa Delta Sociology Honor Society
Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) is the Honor Society for Sociology Students at HSU. The purpose of AKD is to promote excellence in scholarship in the study of sociology, research of social problems, and such other social and intellectual activities as will lead to improvement in the human condition. Undergraduate students must have a minimum of a 3.3 GPA, and be at least in their third year of school to join. Graduate Students must have at least a B average and have completed at least 1/2 of a year of graduate school.
Get involved: Contact email@example.com
Stay connected: International AKD Facebook Group
Learn more: International AKD Web Site
|Graduate Students that want to get involved in student life are welcomed to the Sociology & Criminology Club, and AKD. There is a Sociology Graduate Students Facebook Group, and the Associated Students of HSU represent both graduate and undergraduate students.|
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