Sociology Undergraduate Research Symposium

Sociology Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Sociology undergraduate symposium provides an academic and networking platform for students across the capital region. This student symposium builds a sense of community among undergraduate students and develops a tradition of independent scholarship at the undergraduate level.

The 1st Undergraduate Symposium

Searching for Social Justice

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Alice Green, Director, Center for the Law and Justice

April 27, 2013

2013 Program Schedule

The 2nd Undergraduate Symposium

Visual Cultures

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Douglas Harper, professor at Duquesne University and president of the International Visual Sociology Association

April 12, 2014

2014 Program Schedule

The 3rd Undergraduate Symposium

Our World, Our Problem-Society (in) Action

Keynote Speaker: Ashley Jeffrey Bouck '04, Executive Director of Girls Inc. of the Greater Capital Region

April 11, 2015

2015 Program Schedule

The 4th Undergraduate Symposium

Are Our Rights Alright? Human Rights in the 21st Century

Keynote Speaker: Olivia Bizovi '12, Oak Ridge National Lab

April 9, 2016

2016 Program Schedule

Department Chair

Beverly Thompson

Beverly J. Yuen Thompson

Associate Professor of Sociology

322 Rosetti Hall

(518) 783‑2468