Developing Useful Skillsets
Sociology at CSU offers unique undergraduate experiences as part of a land-grant Carnegie I Research University. Here we celebrate all three aspects of teaching, community engagement and research, and we blend them all in what we do. This allows for undergraduate research opportunities and skillset development that are very transferable into the marketplace.
You may participate in research anytime throughout your college career. As your senior capstone, you have the option of doing an independent research project through SOC403 for 3 credits. Seize this opportunity to reflect upon your understanding of sociology and apply your studies to an area of your choice.
Recent Undergraduate Research & Outreach Group Projects
Carina Roman-Solis chose CSU because it felt like home after spending many summers here with her high school’s Upward Bound program. This spring she took the podium as she walked the stage. Carina is one of two students chosen for what is a first in recent history—student speakers at CLA commencement, one spoke at each […]
This summer faculty-led program introduces students to international crime and criminal justice with attention to the Czech Republic.
Creating classroom and community connection benefits both students and the Food Bank of Larimer County
Students in Jason Downing’s courses discuss privilege poverty and related issues. Donating to the Food Bank of Larimer County is an option for extra credit.
Students in Jeni Cross’s Applied Social Change course partnered with the Environmental Defense Fund on a real-world project to protect Monarch habitats.
Students in Josh Sbicca’s SOC474 Social Movements course create protest art around gentrification, homelessness, spatial inequality, and xenophobia.