department of sociology and criminal justice

southeastern sociological association

 

Southeastern Sociological Association is an organization for students who are interested in sociology and who are committed to bringing about social change. We are a multi-cultural, pro-working class organization working to create a society free from economic exploitation, environmental degradation, imperialism, racism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of injustice.

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president:

bonnie may


vice-president: christina schneider


secretary:

mallory gannon


treasurer:

natalie shelton


faculty advisor: rebecca hensley

We are dedicated to understanding and appreciating diversity through group functions and learning sessions. Our goal is to enhance sociological knowledge, educate the community about social issues, and to inform members of opportunities in the field of sociology.

Join us on Thursdays at 4:00 in the Grounded Cafe, located at 1000 N. Oak St. Membership is free, so stop by anytime!


Can’t make the meetings? Visit SSAatSELU.blogspot.com for weekly info and and look for SSA events on campus.