Cris Ramon '08
Shares his experience as a Fulbright scholar in Spain. more
Peace Corps volunteer
Collin Cousins goes to the remote area of northern Kazakhstan. more
Resurrection in the Heart of New Orleans
Historic St. Paul's Church in New Orleans was in danger of fading away, but Andrew Greenhaw '06 thought the church still had a lot to give.
Mac alumnus receives Fulbright scholarship to study in the United States
Diego Melo, from Bogotá, Colombia, has received a four-year Fulbright Foreign Student Program award to pursue graduate study.
A popular sociology class examines our country’s incarceration culture.
Every year seniors do capstone projects that requires intense work. Some sociology majors share their projects.
Sociology Majors Awarded Prizes in Midwest Sociological Society Paper Competitions
Seniors Laura Levinson and Mara Aussendorf awarded first and third prizes, respectively, in the Midwest Sociological Society Student Paper Competition.
Sociology examines how power, culture, and institutions influence the lives of people and activities of organizations.
Studying sociology enables students to situate their own lives in broader context and to understand the dynamic development and interplay of political, economic, and cultural forces.
Training in sociology cultivates skills graduates use in a variety of careers and civic activities: drawing on diverse perspectives to make informed judgments, evaluating multiple forms of evidence to interpret events, developing comprehensive understandings of social life, and clearly communicating ideas.
What is a global citizen?
Shantee Rosado '09, winner of the 2009 Global Citizenship Student Award, shares her views on the topic and her aspirations for life after Macalester.
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