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Get the Most out of Your Sociology Degree
Opportunities for Mentored Research, Advanced Study and Applied Learning
Wednesday, February 22, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m
Sociology Department Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Arts & SciencesJoin faculty members from the sociology department who will tell you about the departmental Honors Program, Internship Program, our joint BA/MA program, and how to get involved with our local chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, the national Sociology honors society .
Building a Career with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology
Monday, February 27, 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Sociology Department Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Arts & SciencesSo what are you going to do with that?” is a question sociology majors hear regularly. We will be participating in a webinar put on by the American Sociological Association that brings together young professionals who studied sociology will describe their current positions and offer advice to current undergraduates on preparing for the job market, job searches, and interviews. Dr. Teresa Ciabattari will also present recent findings regarding the kinds of skills and knowledge today’s employers seek and how departments can help position students for employment success.
All students are welcome to attend either, or both, discussions.
Refreshments will be served.
UAlbany Students Against Human Trafficking General Interest Meeting
Feb. 20 – UAlbany Students Against Human Trafficking General Interest Meeting
7:30 PM, Business Administration Building, 120
The International Labour Organization estimates that there are 21,000,000 victims of human trafficking and that they collectively generate $150 billion in annual profits for those who exploit them. Significantly, nearly all of us at UAlbany and beyond ultimately benefit from this horrifying crime. We may not take advantage of people who are trafficked for sex, but the chocolate we typically buy is made with cocoa grown by slaves in West Africa. Much of the shrimp that we enjoy was caught and processed by people who are forced to work on ships in Thailand. Laborers in Bangladesh struggle under conditions of involuntary servitude to make much of our clothing. Trafficking is even being done to support sexual and commercial enterprises throughout New York. A group is now forming at UAlbany to raise awareness, promote Fair Trade, and assist trafficked victims. Join us to help or just learn more! You are also welcome to join our new Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1236230436458088/. For more information, contact Dennis McCarty at email@example.com.
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