Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Sociology and Social Work students have opportunities to work one-on-one with faculty members on their own research projects. The following is a sampling of recent student projects:
“Cultural Preservation Among Hmong Americans.”
“Israeli National Service.” Karissa Scott, “Youth Services.” Supervised by Dorothy DeBoer.
“Community Research. Rachelle Fawcett, “Networking and Database Development—Islamic Society of Wisconsin.” Supervised by Amy Boelk.
“Social Psychological Aspects of Dementia.”
“Budget Trends in Law Enforcement.
“Sociology of Mental Health.”
“Sociological Aspects of Aging.”
“Regional and City Planning in Britain.”
“Investigation of Women and Crime.”
“Professional Wrestling and Collective Behavior Theory."
“Victims and Victim Services.” Supervised by Dorothy DeBoer.
“The Social Structure of Jordan.”
For more information visit the College of Letters and Science
Undergraduate Research Symposium webpage.