- Professor Stephanie Hartwell is Interviewed by WERS
She Reflects upon the Connections between Mental Health Policy and Gun Violence
- Sociology Colloquium Series
Featuring Jim Sidanius, Professor of Psychology and African and African American Studies, Harvard University
- The X Annual Social Theory Forum
Critical Theory and the Politics of Visual Representation
- Cinema, Books and Us: Media Literacy in the Age of the Image
UMass Boston's Sociology Department invites you to the 10th Annual Social Theory Forum, featuring a keynote address by Mohan Agashe, a psychiatrist and distinguished Indian film and theater actor.
- Sociologist Lakshmi Srinivas is Becoming a Media Phenomenon
British publications are chattering about her recent article.
- Chancellor Motley Announces Partnership with Teen Empowerment, City of Boston
UMass Boston, the City of Boston, and Teen Empowerment, a Roxbury-based nonprofit that works to reduce violence among high-risk youth, will collaborate on a new Youth and Community Transformation Project.
- Announcing the PhD in Sociology
Announcing the creation of a new doctoral program in Applied Sociology
- Sociology Colloquium Series featuring Mark Warren, PhD, Harvard University
A Match on Dry Grass: Community Organizing as a Catalyst for School Reform
- Announcing the Graduate Certificate in Survey Research
Announcing the creation of a new 15-credit graduate program in Survey Research
- Teen Empowerment at UMass Boston: A Dynamic Collaboration
Join Professor Russell Schutt to hear about the collaborative projects and findings.
- Defendants, Prosecutors Get Day in Court at UMass Boston
UMass Boston’s Healey Library was transformed into a courtroom March 5, when the Massachusetts Appeals Court held session there.
- UMass Boston Students Provide Organizational Structure to One of Boston’s Best Known Nonprofits
Professor Stephanie Hartwell's Foundations of Applied Sociology class are conducting a year-long program evaluation of one of the city’s best known nonprofits: the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, based in Dorchester.
- Researcher Seeks to Harmonize Forensic Data
Stephanie Hartwell has received a prestigious $817,000 stimulus grant from the National Institutes of Health to help fund her research.