By Stephen Riggins
Congratulations to our 2 Ph.D. students and 9 M.A. students who graduated at the autumn convocation. Read more...
By Stephen Riggins

Judy Smith

An era came to an end in June when Judith Smith retired after working in the department of sociology since 1979. No longer will she be sitting in the department office cheerfully giving advice to puzzled students as the authority on bureaucratic ins and outs.

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By Peter Sinclair
I escaped early from psychology. When I went to the University in Aberdeen in 1964, I was bitterly disappointed to find that psychologists spent so much time studying rats and other animals, while English majors were just learning to be literary critics. The next year was the first time any sociology course was offered at Aberdeen and I lapped it up. Read more...
By Ailsa Craig
Serendipity is often the seed of a research project – and of a collaboration. How else to explain how two MUN sociologists with fields as different as occupational health and safety and artistic careers have ended up working together on a research project? Read more...
By Karen Stanbridge

To the Tune of Don McLean’s American Pie.

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photo of Internship Students
Students in first internship course (Soc. 4100) Winter 2009. More photos...