View the Course Guide for Fall 2018

Visit the Course Guide for Fall 2018 to browse undergraduate and graduate courses the department is offering in Fall 2018. Courses in all three disciplines offered on the Camden campus are listed first, followed by online courses, courses offered at our off-campus locations, and our graduate program on campus. *Courses that satisfy a new general … Continue reading View the Course Guide for Fall 2018

Getting Off to a Good Start

We want transfer and new students to get acclimated to life as undergraduates as quickly as possible. The transfer advising office (3rd floor College Center), your advisor (405 Cooper St.), and our department secretary, Sherry Pisacano, are here to help you get off to a good start. See Ms. Pisacano for help in finding your advisor … Continue reading Getting Off to a Good Start

Welcome to Professor Laura Napolitano

This Fall (2013) Professor Laura Napolitano debuts in Sociology of Family and Methods and Techniques of Social Research. Give her a warm welcome when you see her on campus or meet her in class.

Welcome to Professor Chinyere Osuji

We welcome Professor Chinyere Osuji to the department. Fall 2013 is her first semester as an Assistant Professor. She brings a comparative perspective to sociology; her research sites include Brazil, Nigeria, and the US.

2013 Masterton Award Winners

Congratulations to this year’s Masterton Award Winners: Madison Nilsen and Armand Basualdo were given the awards at the Honor’s convocation May, 2013. Each year, the department confers the George Masterton Award (named for the department’s first chair) on graduating seniors for outstanding academic achievements, significant contribution to the department and campus, and for intellectual promise

Get Involved and Make a Difference

The Criminal Justice Organization (CJO) serves to foster fellowship among students interested in a variety of issues within the criminal justice system, while serving our surrounding community in a multitude of ways. Come and see what we are all about!  We invite any student, regardless of major to attend a CJO meeting. *”Get involved and make a difference … Continue reading Get Involved and Make a Difference