Month: January 2022

Sociology Minor or Double Major Now Offered at Stamford and Hartford

We are excited to announce that, beginning in the 2022-23 academic year, Hartford and Stamford campus students will be able to complete a minor in sociology or a double major in sociology and psychology.

 

UConn's sociology major and minor are indispensable for professional success across a wide range of careers in social services, digital media and design, public relations, education and teaching, human resource management, health care, government, law, public policy, community work, the non-profit sector, publishing, journalism, city and regional planning, and more.

 

We look forward to growing the sociology program through new course offerings and greater student awareness of opportunities to complete their degrees on the regional campuses.

 

Students on the Hartford campus who are interested in the major or minor should contact kim.price-glynn@uconn.edu

 

Students on the Stamford campus who are interested in the major or minor should contact ingrid.semaan@uconn.edu

Rhys Hall: 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Living Legacy Convocation

Tune in to the Office for Diversity and Inclusion and Alumni Relations' 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Living Legacy Convocation on January 20th to see graduate student Rhys Hall participate in the Ted Talk style format. The speakers represent faculty, staff, students, and alumni from across all UConn locations.

Speakers:

  • Michael Bradford – Vice Provost for Faculty, Staff, and Student Development
  • Amayia Cordova – Undergraduate Student in Mathematics & Healthcare Analysis
  • Wiley Dawson – Assistant Director, Center for Career Development, Hartford
  • Dr. Sandy Grande – Professor of Political Science and Native American & Indigenous Studies
  • Dr. Oscar Guerra – Assistant Professor of Film & Video, Stamford
  • Rhys Hall '18 (CLAS)– Graduate Student in Sociology
  • Khamani Harrison '17 (ENGR) – owner of The Key Bookstore, Hartford
  • Dr. Khalilah Hunter-Anderson '08 (MED) - Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
  • Tony Omega '10 (CLAS) – Academic Advisor, Waterbury

Join link:
https://uconnvtc.webex.com/uconnvtc/j.php?MTID=mf5784a2283757cbf1faaeb954a2638f7

Webinar number: 2623 471 5399

Webinar password: TxiNDuAF775 (89463823 from phones)

Join by phone: +1-415-655-0002 US Toll

Access code: 262 347 15399