Sociology Snippets – September 26, 2017
Hello Sociology Majors & Minors!
Welcome back! For those of you who are new to the Sociology major or minor, I am Professor Pascoe, the Undergraduate Program Director in the Sociology Department. Every two weeks or so I send out Sociology Snippets, a brief newsletter of interesting events and opportunities for Sociology majors and minors. If you have any items of interest you’d like me to share, feel free to send them my way. This week we have information about the newly formed Sociology Club and some research opportunities.
Have a great day and Go Ducks!
Associate Professor | David M. and Nancy L. Petrone Faculty Scholar | Undergraduate Program Director
Department of Sociology | University of Oregon
510-301-1771 | www.cjpascoe.org
Office Hours: Wed 11:00-12:00; 1:00-3:00 | Sign Up: https://goo.gl/PJJJm3
Can’t get enough of Sociology? Want to beef up your resume with some extracurriculars? Interested in talking about social change, human behavior and social problems? We’ve got the club for you! Two sociology seniors, Leanne Johnson and Annalise Cameron, are starting a sociology club this year. They will be holding an interest meeting during Week 4. If you would like more information about the club, meeting times, etc. Please email me at email@example.com and Leanne or Annalise will be in touch.
McNair Scholars Program
Are you a student from a low income or first generation background who would like to do original research to prepare for graduate studies? Consider applying for the McNair Scholars Program. You can find more information here https://mcnair.uoregon.edu/ or in the attached flier.
Have you ever wondered about the music that infants hear at home? Are you interested in the visual objects that infants see and learn about every day? Are you curious about early language learning and the tools we use to study it?
Dr. Caitlin Fausey is looking for undergraduate students to work as Research Assistants in the Learning Lab. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience working in a psychology research setting.
We have multiple on-going projects, examining the sights and sounds that infants encounter in their everyday lives and how those encounters help infants build knowledge about the world.
RA positions are open to students in all fields and of all levels of experience.
No prior research experience is expected. There are also no course prerequisites.
You must be able to commit 10 hours per week to working in the Learning Lab.
If you are interested in becoming a research assistant in the Learning Lab, please complete our application found on this page of our website: http://www.uolearninglab.com/what-we-do/
Please send completed applications to Dr. Fausey. You may bring it to the psychology front office in Straub Hall and have it put in Dr. Fausey’s mailbox. You may also type or scan your responses and then send it via email to Dr. Fausey (firstname.lastname@example.org).