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  • Welcome | Department of Development Sociology
    Director Steering Committee Visiting Fellows Ruth and Robert Polson Seminars and Events Events Archive Research Working Groups Application Current Research Working Groups Past Research Working Groups Small Grants Program Call for Proposals Grants Awarded Publications Population Development Faculty Research Projects Philip McMichael Wendy Wolford Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events A community discussion in West Java Indonesia Undergraduate students in DSOC 3050 Education Inequality and Development Traditional farming techniques in Pakistan A graduate student and research assistants in Uganda Welcome The Department of Development Sociology offers a unique program profile unmatched by any other department of sociology in the nation We conduct theoretical and applied research teaching and outreach on the causes dynamics and consequences of social cultural political and economic change The department offers degree programs for undergraduate and graduate studies The department also houses several outreach and extension programs and institutes that link the department to the Cornell community and off campus organizations engaged in rural community and international development Learn more News Rachel Bezner Kerr recent presentations Published Jun 2 2015 On May 14 Rachel Bezner Kerr spoke at the Center for Agroecology Water and Resilience in Coventry University in the U K She also attended the Global Alliance for the Future of Food meetings in Milan May 18 19 David Kay 2015 s Safest States to Live In Published Jun 2 2015 David Kay was featured in WalletHub s recent study examining the 2015 s safest states to live in Read more Rachel Bezner Kerr s work in Malawi highlighted Published Jun 1 2015 Rachel Bezner Kerr s work in Malawi was highlighted in a United Nations Environment Program newsletter Read more Congratulations to Paula Horrigan Published Jun 1

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  • About Us | Department of Development Sociology
    Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events Main menu About Us Contact Us Jobs for Graduate Students Undergraduate Graduate People Research Outreach Extension News Events Contact Us Department of Development Sociology Phone 607 255 3163 Fax 607 254 2896 Email devsoc cornell edu News Rachel Bezner Kerr recent presentations Published Jun 2 2015 On May 14 Rachel Bezner Kerr spoke at the Center for Agroecology Water and Resilience in Coventry University in the U K She also attended the Global Alliance for the Future of Food meetings in Milan May 18 19 David Kay 2015 s Safest States to Live In Published Jun 2 2015 David Kay was featured in WalletHub s recent study examining the 2015 s safest states to live in Read more Rachel Bezner Kerr s work in Malawi highlighted Published Jun 1 2015 Rachel Bezner Kerr s work in Malawi was highlighted in a United Nations Environment Program newsletter Read more Congratulations to Paula Horrigan Published Jun 1 2015 Paula Horrigan and her co editors of Community Matters Service learning in Engaged Design and Planning have been awarded the Great Places Award in the Book Category from the Environmental Design Research Association EDRA Paula was in Los Angeles last week to accept the award Read more more news About Us Home About Us The Department of Development Sociology has a unique program profile that is unmatched by any other departments of sociology in the nation The integrated package of scholarship on development environment population and community is its distinguishing characteristic and comparative advantage Faculty and students in the department conduct theoretical and applied research teaching and outreach on the causes dynamics and consequences of social cultural political and economic change

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  • Contact Us | Department of Development Sociology
    Cornell based Funding Outside Funding Tips Info from Students Admissions Review of Previous Master s Degree Visit People Directory Faculty Research Extension Associates Field Faculty Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Alumni News Alumni and Friends Update Form Staff Research Polson Institute About Us People Director Steering Committee Visiting Fellows Ruth and Robert Polson Seminars and Events Events Archive Research Working Groups Application Current Research Working Groups Past Research Working Groups Small Grants Program Call for Proposals Grants Awarded Publications Population Development Faculty Research Projects Philip McMichael Wendy Wolford Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events Main menu About Us Contact Us Jobs for Graduate Students Undergraduate Graduate People Research Outreach Extension News Events Contact Us Department of Development Sociology Phone 607 255 3163 Fax 607 254 2896 Email devsoc cornell edu Home About Us Contact Us Contact Us General department inquiries Departmental Office Phone 607 255 3163 Fax 607 254 2896 Email ct259 cornell edu Department of Development Sociology Cornell University 240 Warren Hall 137 Reservoir Avenue Ithaca NY 14853 Undergraduate programs and student services Cindy Twardokus Undergraduate Program Coordinator 240A Warren Hall Email ct259

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  • Job Opportunities for Graduate Students | Department of Development Sociology
    Associate Professor Assistant or Associate Professor The College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Assistant or Associate Professor of Natural Resource Planning and Policy position open Applicants can learn more about the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point and the College of Natural Resources by accessing our web page www uwsp edu cnr Post Doctoral Position Post Doctoral Position Integrated Water Systems Utah State University We are hiring three postdoctoral research fellows to work with faculty and graduate students on Utah s new NSF funded EPSCoR project The project is called iUTAH innovative Urban T Transitions in Aridregion Hydro sustainability see details on our website iutahepscor org One of these post doctoral positions is for a person to work on the social and engineering sciences team Another looks to bring someone in who is interested in integrating coupling models of human and natural systems Assistant Professor Assistant Professor University of Mississippi The Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi invite applications for tenure track Assistant Professor position in Sociology or Anthropology Interested candidates should apply online at https jobs olemiss edu Assistant Professor of Global Studies Assistant Professor of Global Studies South Dakota State University The Department of The Department of Modern Languages and Global Studies at South Dakota State University SDSU invites applications for one full time 9 month tenure track position in Global Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 2013 SDSU accepts applications through an on line employment site To apply visit https yourfuture sdbor edu search by the position title view the job announcement and click on apply for this posting Assistant Professor of Sociology Assistant Professor of Sociology University of Tennessee at Chattanooga The Department of Sociology Anthropology

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  • Undergraduate | Department of Development Sociology
    Visiting Fellows Ruth and Robert Polson Seminars and Events Events Archive Research Working Groups Application Current Research Working Groups Past Research Working Groups Small Grants Program Call for Proposals Grants Awarded Publications Population Development Faculty Research Projects Philip McMichael Wendy Wolford Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events Main menu About Us Undergraduate Major Minor Courses Admissions New Students Graduate People Research Outreach Extension News Events Undergraduate Spotlight Christian DiRado Owens Christian DiRado Owens Christian DiRado Owens 15 plans to study nutrition in India Learn more about Christian DiRado Owens Contact Us Undergraduate Program Office 240 Warren Hall Office Hours 8 00am 4 30pm Phone 607 255 3163 M F Director of Undergraduate Studies Angela Gonzales Email aag27 cornell edu Undergraduate Program Coordinator Cindy Twardokus Email ct259 cornell edu Phone 607 255 3163 Undergraduate Home Undergraduate Degrees Offered Major B S Minors General Minor Globalization Ethnicity and Development Minor Courses Why Study Development Sociology Our curriculum will provide you the opportunity to develop the tools necessary to critically analyze the world and your place within it You will also learn the practical skills you

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  • Major | Department of Development Sociology
    Research Working Groups Application Current Research Working Groups Past Research Working Groups Small Grants Program Call for Proposals Grants Awarded Publications Population Development Faculty Research Projects Philip McMichael Wendy Wolford Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events Main menu About Us Undergraduate Major Requirements Advising Sample Program Timeline Outreach Extension Honors Research Awards Double Major Opportunities Minor Courses Admissions New Students Graduate People Research Outreach Extension News Events Contact Us Undergraduate Program Office 240 Warren Hall Office Hours 8 00am 4 30pm Phone 607 255 3163 M F Director of Undergraduate Studies Angela Gonzales Email aag27 cornell edu Undergraduate Program Coordinator Cindy Twardokus Email ct259 cornell edu Phone 607 255 3163 Major Home Undergraduate Major Academics Major Course Requirements CALS students are required to fulfill a set of college or distribution requirements for graduation in addition to departmental requirements Learn more Advising Find out how to maximize the value of advising in Development Sociology and CALS Learn more Double Major Want to double major with Development Sociology Learn more Honors Research Program Collaborate with a faculty member to produce an honors thesis Learn more Awards Second semester juniors and graduating seniors are eligible for two awards given out each spring semester Learn more Opportunities Outside the Classroom DSOC Undergraduate Club If you are a major you are a member Learn more AKD Honor Society The international honor society for sociology dedicated to investigate humanity for the purpose of service Learn more Buddy Program Connect with another Development Sociology major Learn more Outreach Extension Valuable experience that may also be eligible for course credit Programs within Development Sociology Internships Independent Study Study Abroad Summer Study Learn more Undergraduate Spotlight Ignacio Saldana Ignacio Saldana Ignacio Saldana

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  • Requirements | Department of Development Sociology
    Events Archive Research Working Groups Application Current Research Working Groups Past Research Working Groups Small Grants Program Call for Proposals Grants Awarded Publications Population Development Faculty Research Projects Philip McMichael Wendy Wolford Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events Main menu About Us Undergraduate Major Requirements Advising Sample Program Timeline Outreach Extension Honors Research Awards Double Major Opportunities Minor Courses Admissions New Students Graduate People Research Outreach Extension News Events Contact Us Undergraduate Program Office 240 Warren Hall Office Hours 8 00am 4 30pm Phone 607 255 3163 M F Director of Undergraduate Studies Angela Gonzales Email aag27 cornell edu Undergraduate Program Coordinator Cindy Twardokus Email ct259 cornell edu Phone 607 255 3163 Home Undergraduate Major Requirements Requirements Development Sociology is a department within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences CALS All CALS students are required to fulfill a set of college or distribution requirements for graduation in addition to departmental requirements All Development Sociology majors are required to complete the following courses DSOC 1101 Introductory sociology DSOC 2010 Population dynamics DSOC 2050 International development DSOC 3130 or DSOC 3140 Methods Both are encouraged but only one is required DSOC 3010 Theory DSOC 3700 Comparative social inequalities One statistics course Three additional elective DSOC courses one of which must be at the 3000 level In addition to the 10 courses listed above If you declared Development Sociology as your major or joined the department PRIOR TO THE FALL 2012 semester you will need to complete ONE additional DSOC course at the 3000 level If you declared Development Sociology as your major or joined the department AS OF OR AFTER THE FALL 2012 semester you must also complete DSOC 4700 Senior Capstone Course The

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  • Advising | Department of Development Sociology
    Grants Awarded Publications Population Development Faculty Research Projects Philip McMichael Wendy Wolford Presentations Publications Research Grants Outreach Extension CaRDI Cornell Farmworker Program LEAD New York Rural Schools Association News Events In the News Seminars Events Main menu About Us Undergraduate Major Requirements Advising Sample Program Timeline Outreach Extension Honors Research Awards Double Major Opportunities Minor Courses Admissions New Students Graduate People Research Outreach Extension News Events Contact Us Undergraduate Program Office 240 Warren Hall Office Hours 8 00am 4 30pm Phone 607 255 3163 M F Director of Undergraduate Studies Angela Gonzales Email aag27 cornell edu Undergraduate Program Coordinator Cindy Twardokus Email ct259 cornell edu Phone 607 255 3163 Advising Home Undergraduate Major Advising Your Faculty Advisor When you join Development Sociology you will be assigned a faculty advisor Your advisor is available to Help you make decisions about your course schedules Provide advice about your academic life at Cornell and after graduation Write letters of recommendation as you look for summer internships or apply for full time employment or graduate school Plan to meet with your advisor at least once each semester to get advice on course planning study abroad research opportunities and answers to any questions you may have Getting Ready to Meet With Your Advisor Think about the following BEFORE you meet with your advisor Schedule an appointment in advance and indicate the reason for the meeting Find out the best way to contact your advisor Email usually works best but sometimes a phone call or an in person visit is appropriate If you email or leave a voice message always explain why you called so your advisor can adequately respond to the message Plan ahead Don t leave scheduling and other advising needs to the last minute Make a list of questions and concerns you want

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