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  • Welcome to the Sociology Department at CU-Boulder | Department of Sociology
    of specialization with highly respected scholarship in qualitative and quantitative methodology Faculty research encompasses at least one of the five areas in which the department offers specialization Environmental Sociology Gender Crime and Deviance Qualitative Interpretive Sociology Population Health As a well respected center for teaching and research in its own right the Department of Sociology at the University of Colorado is increasingly recognized for its world renowned research and teaching

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  • People | Department of Sociology
    People To view a page click from the list below Faculty Faculty Awards Faculty by Focus Emeritus Faculty Office Hours Staff Graduate Students Graduate Students by Focus Grad Students on the Job Market Alumni Home People Faculty Faculty Awards Faculty by Focus Emeritus Faculty Staff Graduate Students Graduate Students by Focus Grad Students on the Job Market Alumni People Department Course Info Grad Student Resources Undergrad Resources News Events Apply

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  • About the Department | Department of Sociology
    and Deviance Qualitative Interpretive Sociology Population Health Departmental Working Groups Working groups are voluntary workshops for grad students post docs and faculty that are structured around shared research interests They provide useful opportunities to get feedback on works in progress participate in topical discussions and network within the department or with scholars doing related research in other departments Working Groups typically meet on a biweekly monthly or bimonthly basis Culture

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  • Forms & Deadlines | Department of Sociology
    graduate student on Boulder campus Graduate Teacher Program teacher training and certificate programs Graduation Information requirements and information for your degree In State Tuition To qualify for in state tuition you must complete a Petition for In State Tuition Classification through the Registrar s office Registrar s Office Course listings add drop info ordering diplomas or transcripts applying for the Time Off program auditing work study jobs enrollment and degree verifications Transcripts How to order transcripts UGGS United Government of Graduate Students VPN Setting Up A VPN Virtual Private Network provides a secure encrypted tunnel from your computer to CU s network whether you are on or off campus Writing Center Services are available and free for all CU students faculty staff and alumni Norlin Commons E111 near the east entrance of Norlin Library By appointment only wrtghelp colorado edu Phone 303 735 6906 Example Specialty Area Reading Lists Environmental Sociology Aaron Johnson Narrative Social Psychology Qualitative Methods Bryce Merrill Race and Ethnicity Focus on Racial Identity Inequality Summer Woo Medical Sociology and Medicalization of Deviance Medicalization and Mental Illness Social Construction of Knowledge Dawn Stanley Writing the Dissertation Proposal Qualitative Proposals The Proposal in Qualitative Research Dissertation Proposal Guidelines

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  • Information for Majors | Department of Sociology
    locate and consult works relevant to a sociological investigation and to write a sociological paper that is coherent cogent theoretically developed Methodological skills sufficient to understand the procedures of sociological research and to understand the problems of reliability and validity Statistical and analytical skills sufficient to understand and interpret the results of sociological research Critical thinking skills sufficient to analyze and evaluate sociological writings MAJOR REQUIREMENTS IN SOCIOLOGY EFFECTIVE August 24 2015 Download this sheet plus a major tracking sheet as a Word document COURSES REQUIRED FOR THE MAJOR Specific courses required for the major 12 credits SOCY 1001 Introduction to Sociology 3 credits SOCY 3001 Classical Theory prerequisite SOCY 1001 3 credits sophomore standing or above required to take SOCY 3001 SOCY 2061 Introduction to Social Statistics 3 credits or SOCY 4061 with instructor consent SOCY 3201 Sociological Research Methods 3 credits prerequisite SOCY 1001 statistics sophomore OR SOCY 3301 Quantitative Research Methods 3 credits prerequisite SOCY 1001 SOCY theory statistics junior senior Survey OR SOCY 3401 Qualitative Research Methods 3 credits prerequisite SOCY 1001 SOCY theory statistics junior senior Field Elective course work 24 credits Lower division OR upper division SOCY electives 9 credits Upper division SOCY electives 15 credits OTHER REQUIREMENTS Complete a minimum of 36 hours maximum of 45 in Sociology Students doing SOCY honors are allowed a maximum of 51 hours in Sociology At least 21 SOCY credits must be upper division 3000 and 4000 A minimum of 15 of these upper division credits must be taken through UCB or through a UCB Study Abroad program All major courses must be completed with a grade of C or better Minimum SOCY GPA at the time of graduation must be 2 000 minimum Theory requirement Students declaring the SOCY major after Fall 2005 must complete SOCY

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  • Department News & Kudos | Department of Sociology
    elected to the office of Executive Counselor of the American Society of Criminology Hillary will join Joanne Belknap current ASC President on the ASC Board at the close of the annual ASC meeting in November for a three year term Tim Wadsworth and Phil Pendergast s research on the relationship between obesity and happiness was featured in the June 17thissue of CU Boulder today http www colorado edu news features relationship between obesity life satisfaction and where one lives Their article Obesity Sometimes Matters The Importance of Context in the Relationship between Obesity and Life Satisfaction appeared in the June 2014 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior Leslie Irvine gave a talk entitled Bridging the Species Boundary Understanding the Human Animal Connection at the University of Warwick s Institute for Advanced Study Coventry England The talk was part of a workshop presented by the Animals and Post human Futures Research Network Stef Mollborn has had two articles both co authored with CU colleagues accepted for publication Mollborn Stefanie and Janet Jacobs I ll Be There for You Coparenting Relationships Among Teen Parents Journal of Marriage and Family and Mollborn Stefanie Benjamin W Domingue and Jason D Boardman equal authorship Norms as Group Level Constructs Investigating School Level Teen Pregnancy Norms and Behaviors Social Forces Jenn Bair recently gave a talk entitled Mapping corporate power GVCs Governance and the New Corporate Imaginary at the annual conference of the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard University Law School Kudos May 30 2014 Christi Sue has been very busy She recently gave a talk titled Race Color and National Ideology in Mexico at Princeton University Her book Between Mexican and American Ethnic Experiences of Mexican Americans co authored with Edward Telles went under contract with Oxford University Press And Christi s article Hegemony and Silence Confronting State Sponsored Silences in the Field was accepted for publication in the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography The awards keep rolling in for Isaac Reed Last week he learned that his paper Power Relational Discursive and Performative Dimensions Sociological Theory 31 3 193 218 has been selected to receive the Inaugural Junior Social Theory Award from the ASA theory section Anjali Nandi 2011 cohort presented at the Advanced New Judges Conference on May 14 2014 on Motivational Interviewing in Sentencing and at the Colorado Collaborative Criminal Justice Conference on Integrating the Therapeutic and Correctional understandings of Evidence based Practices Check out Babs Grossman speaking here about her research in a promotional video to help raise funds for graduate student research at CU Boulder https www youtube com watch v 2mSHOmGkL5w Sarah Lake has received a Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship which she will use to finish her dissertation on the consequences of drought for exchange relationship and producer outcomes in the U S beef industry Kudos May 30 2014 Christi Sue has been very busy She recently gave a talk titled Race Color and National Ideology in Mexico at Princeton University Her book Between Mexican and American Ethnic Experiences of Mexican Americans co authored with Edward Telles went under contract with Oxford University Press And Christi s article Hegemony and Silence Confronting State Sponsored Silences in the Field was accepted for publication in the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography The awards keep rolling in for Isaac Reed Last week he learned that his paper Power Relational Discursive and Performative Dimensions Sociological Theory 31 3 193 218 has been selected to receive the Inaugural Junior Social Theory Award from the ASA theory section Anjali Nandi 2011 cohort presented at the Advanced New Judges Conference on May 14 2014 on Motivational Interviewing in Sentencing and at the Colorado Collaborative Criminal Justice Conference on Integrating the Therapeutic and Correctional understandings of Evidence based Practices Check out Babs Grossman speaking here about her research in a promotional video to help raise funds for graduate student research at CU Boulder https www youtube com watch v 2mSHOmGkL5w Sarah Lake has received a Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship which she will use to finish her dissertation on the consequences of drought for exchange relationship and producer outcomes in the U S beef industry Kudos May 23 2014 Sanyu Mojola s book Love Money and HIV Becoming a Modern African Woman in the Age of AIDS is now out with University of California Press http www ucpress edu book php isbn 9780520280946 http www amazon com Love Money HIV Becoming African dp 0520280946 Abstract How do modern women in developing countries experience sexuality and love Drawing on a rich array of interview ethnographic and survey data from her native country of Kenya Sanyu A Mojola examines how young African women who suffer disproportionate rates of HIV infection compared to young African men navigate their relationships schooling employment and finances in the context of economic inequality and a devastating HIV epidemic Writing from a unique outsider insider perspective Mojola argues that the entanglement of love money and the transformation of girls into consuming women lies at the heart of women s coming of age and health crises At once engaging and compassionate this text is an incisive analysis of gender sexuality and health in Africa Sanyu Mojola was also invited to give a webinar by the STRIVE structural drivers of HIV AIDS research group in London on some of the themes in the book with 20 minutes of a talk and accompanying slides followed by 30 minutes of Q and A You can hear her here http strive lshtm ac uk resources situating transactional sex comparisons history and theory sanyu mojola Isaac Reed s book Interpretation and Social Knowledge On the Use of Theory in the Human Sciences University of Chicago Press 2011 has been awarded an Honorable Mention by the book award committee of the Theory Section of the ASA In explaining this decision the committee noted how much they admired the book s level of ambition scholarship and serious thought and the way it moves Weber s position on linking

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  • Application Info | Department of Sociology
    Process Please read through the Program Overview for Prospective Students This document will answer many of your questions about the program structure and the application process Still have questions Please refer to our FAQs and general information on the following Department of Sociology Degree Requirements Graduate School Ready to apply Before starting an application please read the Application Checklist Instructions for step by step instructions and hits to help you through the application process Important Update on Transcript Requirements For review and decision purposes you are required to upload scanned unofficial transcripts from each undergraduate and graduate institution attended While credits from one institution may appear on the transcript fo a second institution unofficial transcripts must be submitted from each institution regardless of the length of attendance and whether or not courses were completed Only after you are recommended for admission will you be required to provide official transcripts Failure to list and submit transcripts from all institutions previously attended is considered to be a violation of academic ethics and may result in the cancellation of your admission or dismissal from the university Instructions for Uploading Unofficial Transcripts to Your Application Application Deadline December 1 Fall Admission Only The deadline

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  • Job Openings | Department of Sociology
    PhD in sociology or comparable field by the time of the appointment Applicants should submit a C V a cover letter describing research and teaching interests one sample research paper and three letters of recommendation to the following https www jobsatcu com postings 106629 Job Posting Number F02763 Review of application materials will begin September 15 2015 Please contact Stefanie Mollborn chair of search committee at stefanie mollborn colorado edu for any additional information The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building a diverse workforce We encourage applications from women racial and ethnic minorities individuals with disabilities and veterans Alternative formats of this ad can be provided upon request for individuals with disabilities by contacting the ADA Coordinator at hr ada colorado edu Theory and Culture University of Colorado The Department of Sociology at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor with expertise in both social theory and culture The applicant will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses and conduct research in both of these areas with priority given to candidates who have teaching experience in theory and who can complement the department s other areas of expertise which include gender race and ethnicity inequality and power crime and deviance population and health and environmental sociology The appointment will begin August of 2016 and applicants must have a PhD in sociology or comparable field by the time of the appointment Applicants should submit a C V a cover letter describing research and teaching interests one sample research paper and three letters of recommendation to the following https www jobsatcu com postings 106627 Job Posting Number F02764 Review of application materials will begin September 15 2015 Please contact Liam Downey chair of search committee at liam downey colorado edu

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