The Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work is committed to social justice and diversity and to the application of research to solve real world problems. In addition, the department is dedicated to teaching excellence and the promotion of critical thinking as mechanisms for encouraging social justice, diversity, and the solution of social problems.
Contacting us and Advising:
We want to hear from you! You can contact our faculty advisors directly to set up an advising appointment. To find their contact information, click the Sociology link on the sidebar for Sociology, Youth Studies and Social and Criminal Justice advisors. To find Anthropology advisors, click on the Anthropology link. To find Social Work advisors, click on the Social Work link. Our faculty advisors are available to connect with you via phone, email and/or a web-based meeting.
You may also send an email with your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information, or reach us via WebEx during regular office hours (8am-noon and 1pm-5pm) at:
There are many different types of resources here to guide you on your anti-racism journey; they were collected here because they are accessible. This list is by no means exhaustive, and it largely centers Black people and Black stories. You likely have heard of the term BIPOC which means Black, Indigenous and People of Color (see resource below), and this project among others seeks to highlight the ways in which other people of color are subjected to erasure (especially Indigenous people). SASW Race Resources.pdf