Recurring Event

Socializing with Sociologists - Recurring

The Department of Sociology is hosting a weekly series geared towards students. The events are free, but advanced registration is required at the Zoom link below.

“Socializing with Sociologists” features a new host each week to discuss current events, help students tackle tough applications, work on mental health and sometimes just to have fun playing games.

  • February 1st Zoom Games, with Vadricka Etienne and Marta Elliott
  • February 8th Improving Health Care Access and Affordability in Nevada: Prospects for State and Federal Reform in 2021, with John Packham
  • February 15th Mindfulness Meditation, with Theresa Skaar
  • February 22nd Black Lives Matter and Social Protesting in a Pandemic, with Prisca Gayles
  • March 1st Karaoke, with Jared Bok
  • March 8th Strategies for Success with Remote Learning, with Clayton Peoples
  • March 15th Tracking the Global Pandemic, with Markus Kemmelmeier
  • March 22nd Appearance and Inequality, with Kjerstin Gruys
  • March 29th Maintaining Health and Well-Being in Social Isolation, with Marta Elliott
  • April 5th Applying to Graduate or Professional School, with Berch Berberoglu and Johnson Makoba
  • April 12th LGBTQ+ Social Justice Issues, with Nancy Kelley
  • April 19th Sex and Dating during the Global Pandemic, with Mariah Evans April 26th, Will You Be the First in Your Family to Earn a University Degree? Tips and Experiences of First-Generation Students, with Colleen Murray and Jordan Reuter
  • May 3rd Careers for Students with BA degrees in Sociology, with Cheryl Maes and Marta Elliott

Dial-In Information


Monday, April 19 at 5:30 pm

More dates through May 3, 2021

Virtual Event