Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice

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Student Awards 

Lieberman Award

The Lieberman Award is presented annually to the students in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice who graduate with the best academic performance in each concentration and to the outstanding student intern. The Irwin Goldberg Research Award is given annually to the student who submits the paper best reflecting sociological research techniques. The paper may have been written for any sociology course or as an independent research project.

Honor Societies

A chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, the national honor society in sociology, was established at the university in 1988. The Honors Program is available for those students wishing to graduate with departmental honors. Majors can participate in independent research, internships and field experiences, as appropriate.

  Study in London in January 2015! Register now for "Crime and Punishment Cross-Nationally".  
  Welcome Dr. Miho Iwata, the newest member of the sociology faculty!  
  Interested in an internship in Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice?  If so, contact internship coordinators Robert Wall (Anth), Stephen Erik Hartmark (Soci), or Laura Hahn (Crmj).
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