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We have launched a new integrated facebook page where soc/anth faculty, staff, students, the clubs, and alumni all join together to share news, excitement, and milestones. 

We already have photos of major work taking place on the exterior of Sheldon Hall, a surprise party for Sharon, and other tidbits. 

facebook.com/groups/JMUsocianth

 

Alumni Giving

Find out how to contribute to the department by checking out the brand new Alumni page.

 

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Our quest is to understand why humans behave as they do and the real world is our laboratory. By examining human activity in all of its diverse and complex forms, the work of sociologists and anthropologists forms the basis for confronting many of our world’s most challenging issues. 
By majoring in one of these disciplines you will join graduates who have gone on to careers in non-profit organizations, medicine, public policy, counseling, communications, urban planning, historical preservation, environmental justice, teaching, journalism, international development and more.  Visit our homepages to find out about our students, our faculty, and our curriculum. 

Our quest is to understand why humans behave as they do and the real world is our laboratory. By examining human activity in all of its diverse and complex forms, the work of sociologists and anthropologists forms the basis for confronting many of our world’s most challenging issues. 

By majoring in one of these disciplines you will join graduates who have gone on to careers in non-profit organizations, medicine, public policy, counseling, communications, urban planning, historical preservation, environmental justice, teaching, journalism, international development and more.  Visit our homepages to find out about our students, our faculty, and our curriculum.  If you are a graduate of our department visit our alumni page and let us know where you are and what you are doing. (Sociology Alumni, Anthropology Alumni)

Sincerely,

Dr. Beth A. Eck
Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology