For three weeks in May 2016, Dr. Park and two sociology students, Megan Basalla and Kimberly Jackson, traveled to the other side of the globe to the Muslim country of Malaysia. For sixteen weeks prior to the trip, the team met weekly to learn about Muslim societies and pray for ministry opportunities. Through Christian contacts, […]
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About Cheryl Jensen
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Sociology major, Megan Basalla, presented her research at the Pacific Sociological Association conference in Oakland during the Spring 2016 semester. Her research, The Impact of Work on the Self Concept of the Employed Homeless, focused on addressing the perceptible ramifications and benefits of work on the individual—specifically for those reentering the workforce while unsheltered. A mixed-method approach […]
Congratulations to our 2015-16 Anthropology & Sociology graduates!
The Anthropology & Sociology Department took time between finals to celebrate the end of another school year and to recognize and honor our graduates. Good times together!
Four Anthropology & Sociology majors were accepted to present their papers at the 43rd Annual Western Departments of Sociology and Anthropology Undergraduate Research Conference on April 23, 2016. They are pictured here along with faculty sponsor, Dr. Ed Clarke. Megan Basalla – The Impact of Work on the Self Concept of the Employed Homeless Kimberly […]
The University Awards Chapel was held on April 21, 2016. Three students from the Anthropology & Sociology Department received awards at this ceremony. The Outstanding Student Award in Anthropology went to Jasmine Ezell (left). This award was given in recognition of exceptional knowledge and problem solving as well as academic excellence and a commitment to […]
The 27th Annual Social Sciences Spring Colloquium was held on April 18, 2016. This is a night of oral presentations featuring outstanding student research papers from Anthropology, Sociology, History & Political Science and Psychology majors. Two students from the Anthropology & Sociology Department were chosen to present their research projects. Emily Campbell (left) presented “Ring […]
Isaac Voss, our new anthropology professor, has just released an edited volume, Health, Healing, and Shalom: Frontiers and Challenges for Christian Healthcare Missions. The volume is co-edited by Bryant Myers, professor of International Development at Fuller Theological Seminary, Erin Dufault-Hunter, associate professor of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, and Isaac Voss, assistant professor of anthropology […]
The department’s top students were honored at the University Awards Chapel on April 23, 2015. They are pictured here along with Dr. Vince Gil and Dr. Ed Clarke. Elysia Foraker received the award for the Outstanding Student in Anthropology given in recognition of exceptional knowledge and problem solving as well as academic excellent and a […]
Double major Joshua Hummel represented the Anthropology & Sociology Department at the 26th Annual Spring Colloquium on April 22, 2015. He presented his original research “When ‘The Claws Came Out’: Analyzing Put-Down Language Within a Christian Community.”