CWUNews FeedNews Feedhttps://www.cwu.edu/sociology/newsen-usDr. Pichardo to Introduce Black Film Series - Slavery By Another Namehttps://www.cwu.edu/sociology/node/2563Thu, 05 Nov 2015 13:00:49<p>Thursday, November 12, 2015 Black Hall 151 Film begins at 6:30 with introduction by Dr. Nelson Pichardo, Director of Ethnic Studies at Central Washington University.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt="" src="/sociology/sites/cts.cwu.edu.sociology/files/images/SlaveryByAnotherName%20%28002%29.png" style="width: 388px; height: 600px;"></p>CWU sociology grad giving back at St. Andrew’s Catholic Churchhttps://www.cwu.edu/sociology/node/2556Mon, 21 Sep 2015 08:38:16<p>Alejandra Tejeda has lived to serve her community and church through one word: joy. This summer, Tejeda received her degree in social work with a minor in sociology from Central Washington University.</p><p>“Jesus, others and you,” the 23-year-old said, sitting in her office at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church.</p><p>Read more of this story in the <a href="http://www.dailyrecordnews.com/members/cwu-grad-giving-back-at-st-andrew-s-catholic-church/article_fedbf836-5e5b-11e5-8046-7361fbe5ab7a.html">Daily Record</a>.</p><p><br>&nbsp;</p></br>McNair Scholars, Sociology Students Compete, Excelhttps://www.cwu.edu/sociology/node/2472Mon, 01 Jul 2013 14:21:58<p>The CWU Sociology Department proudly recognizes its students who participated in the McNair Scholars’ Program and in the Symposium On University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) during the 2012-2013 academic year. Below is a list of students and their mentors and their research studies, poster, and oral presentations. Student names are in boldface; names of their faculty mentor(s) follow.</p><p>McNair Scholars’ Program:<br><strong>Diane Buchanan</strong>— Eric Cheney—Thesis title is: “Global Trade Patterns of Trafficking in Persons.”</p><p><br>SOURCE:<br><strong>Danait Tafere</strong>—Michael Mulcahy—Poster Title, “Local-Level Analysis of Multinational Corpora-tions in Less Developed Countries.” Winner of University Centers Best Poster Presentation Award.<br><strong>Nicholas Pucci</strong>—Nelson Pichardo—Oral Presentation, “Tanned and Ripped: The Growth of Male Objectification.”<br><strong>Brian Grimmer</strong>—Eric Cheney—Poster Title: “A Study of Gender within the Cannabis Market.”<br><strong>Brian Grimmer</strong>—Nelson Pichardo—Oral Presentation, “A comparative Study of Urban and Rural Cannabis Politics.”<br><strong>Michael Lee</strong>—Nelson Pichardo, Pamela McMullin-Messier, and Tracey Hoover—Poster Title, “Conducting Social Research: The Occupy Movement in the Pacific Northwest.”<br><strong>Samantha Jackle</strong>—Mike Harrod, Sociology and Kara I Gabriel, Psychology—Oral Presen-tation, “Evaluating the Perceptions of Psychology and Sociology Majors by University Undergraduates.” Nominated for SOURCE 2013 Scholar of the Year Award.<br><strong>Rebecca Webster</strong>—Mike Harrod—Oral Presentation, “The Relationship Between Homeschooling and Child Abuse.”<br><strong>Tyler Cummings</strong>—Mike Harrod—Oral Presentation, “The Relationship Between Artificial Social Environments and Deviance.”<br><strong>Aleisha Sebastian</strong>—Laura Appleton—Oral Presentation, “Inside the Fish Bowl: Application of Sociological Theory to Observations of State Government.”<br><strong>Neko Phillips</strong>—Pamela McMullin-Messier—Oral Presentation, “Gender Representations and Stereotypes on Gamers and Games.” Nominated for SOURCE 2013 Scholar of the Year Award.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>