Sociology at CSU
Our nationally and internationally-renowned Sociology faculty are accessible and committed to doing teaching and research that matter. We prepare our students to effectively examine how broad social structural processes connect and shape individual and group behavior and – simultaneously – how we as individuals together shape and structure broader processes of change.
The challenges facing our world today are increasingly and increasingly global. Our discipline offers the critical analytical, research and communication skills sought by employers looking for people who can successfully navigate complex situations, work in teams and make solid professional contributions to effective solutions. Sociology offers students virtually unlimited opportunities for to make a positive difference.
Research, Outreach & Engagement
Joshua Sbicca’s latest book A Recipe for Gentrification: Food, Power, and Resistance in the City was released by NYU Press in July 2020. Along with […]
Article by Jeni Cross. Originally published by The Conversation. Many Americans are asking how they can be more sensitive to members of different racial groups, […]
In June 2020, CSU Sociology faculty created this Call for Racial Justice. They also established the department’s new Social Justice and Equity Committee Working Group […]