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Sociology BA alumna (2013) and current WSU medical student Toni Lupro co-authored a publication in the August 2014 issue of Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

Undergrad Alumna Toni Lupro Publishes First Article


Sociology BA alumna (2013) and current WSU medical student Toni Lupro co-authored a publication in the August 2014 issue of Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

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Meet Shirin Montazer, our newest Assistant Professor.

Sociology Faculty Spotlight


Meet Shirin Montazer, our newest Assistant Professor.

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Author, Sociologist and Harvard University Professor Julius Wilson will give the keynote address and join Sociology professors and students, among others, on October 31st at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.

Sociology and the Humanities Center come together to host the 2014 Fall Symposium RE: The City


Author, Sociologist and Harvard University Professor Julius Wilson will give the keynote address and join Sociology professors and students, among others, on October 31st at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.

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Students, faculty, friends and generous donors participated at the annual Student Research & Award Day

Student Research & Award Day


Students, faculty, friends and generous donors participated at the annual Student Research & Award Day

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PhD Candidate Megan Petersen was presented the 2014 Garrett T. Heberlein Award by President M. Roy Wilson and Provost Margaret Winters at the University

Petersen Presented Excellence in Teaching for Graduate Student Award


PhD Candidate Megan Petersen was presented the 2014 Garrett T. Heberlein Award by President M. Roy Wilson and Provost Margaret Winters at the University's Academic Recognition Award Ceremony on April 24th

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Sociology is a discipline relevant for anyone interested in society, social institutions, and social relationships. Students can study social issues related to the Detroit area, U.S. society, or the world, such as: urban issues, race and ethnicity, sex and gender, health and illness, families, crime and deviance, religion, the workplace, aging, poverty, and much, much more. If interested in the Undergraduate Program, please contact Stacie Moser at stacie.moser@wayne.edu. If interested in the Graduate Program, please contact Dr. R. Khari Brown at kharib@wayne.edu.

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Heather E. Dillaway, Associate Professor
Sociology
2228 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby St.
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: (313) 577-2930
Fax: (313) 577-2735
Website: clasweb.clas.wayne.edu/Sociology
Email: ad4388@wayne.edu