Welcome to my personal webpage. I am excited to share information with you about the Sociology Department at HSU. The Sociology Department offers a wide variety of courses designed to meet the interests of our students. In each course, an emphasis is placed upon building a strong foundation in theory and research methods. Sociology majors have the opportunity to get real life experience through internships as well as through active learning experiences outside the classroom. For example, each spring semester for the past 7 years, members of the Urban Sociology class have worked with Connecting, Caring, Communities, the City of Abilene Neighborhood Services, and the North Park Neighborhood Friendship House as part of a Christian Community Renewal project in north Abilene. Students have surveyed the residents, helped form a neighborhood association, conducted a voter registration drive, and sponsored a neighborhood block party for the last 7 years. Other active learning experiences have included travel courses to Community Renewal International in Shreveport, Louisiana and the Navajo Indian Reservation in Window Rock, Arizona. Please feel free to contact me at 325-670-5863 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional information.
Joanne Roberts, Ph.D., CFLE
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