CRJ, SOC & International Students:
enjoy a cup of Joe while welcoming Dr. Parkinam
& mingle with your fellow students
The Department of Sociology produces
the Ogburn Journal of Sociology; a compendium of student research
and essays on diverse topics of sociological interest.
There are two distinctive features
of our complex. First, the department maintains a PC-based student
computer lab with multimedia capabilities. Secondly, the Department's
lobby is home to a museum collection of Native American art, African
art, and various archeological artifacts.
>> View the Baan Chieng online
exhibit page here.
This piece of pottery is 6,000-7,000 years old and ranks as the
oldest painted pottery found in Southeast Asia.
>> The Harrison and
Williams online Artifact Collections are now available to view online.
>> The Diaries of William
Fielding Ogburn. Read the thought
inspiring foreword now.<<
>> View the Spring 2004 Cultural
Archaeology 354 slide show with Professor Watson here
>>2003-2004 Student Research
Lewis Coser, 89, Sociologist
Who Focused on Intellectuals, By Douglas Martin, The New York Times.
Robert K. Merton, Versatile Sociologist
and Father of the Focus Group, dies at 92 more
Seymour Martin Lipset, eminent political
sociologist, dies at 84.