The Department of Sociology
Sociology is the study of human social life, focusing on developing an understanding of changes in social structure and human interaction on an individual, societal and global level. Students in Sociology learn to analyze social issues and think critically about the world around them.
The Department of Sociology is committed to link the aims of the discipline with the mission of the University of Saskatchewan. Sociology is oriented to teach students to think critically about society, to collect and analyze information about social issues, and to provide training for career opportunities and scholarly pursuits among diverse student bodies. The University's mission is "to achieve excellence in the scholarly activities of teaching, discovering, preserving, and applying knowledge.
Garcelon Tackles Aboriginal Justice Abroad and At Home
posted May 1, 2013
By Kirk Sibbald After spending the past seven months counselling criminals in Vancouver and mediating land claims in New Zealand, Lana Garcelon is ready to apply her passion for Aboriginal justice...
2013 Academic Advising, Sociology
posted March 1, 2013
Students I encourage you to contact the advisors during this scheduled time. During the summer months advisors are often away from the...
Taking the Pulse of Saskatchewan Launches Oct. 18
posted October 18, 2012
Taking the Pulse of Saskatchewan survey results are going live! This groundbreaking partnership between the CBC, The StarPhoenix, Leader-Post and College of Arts & Science...
Research Chair Facilitates Inhalant Education, Outreach
posted July 6, 2012
Inhalant education was the topic du jour at an annual education and community outreach event co-hosted by Colleen Dell, Saskatchewan Research Chair in Substance Abuse and professor of sociology. The...
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