ANTH Celebrates 40th Anniversary, 1st Endowed Chair
For decades, the Department of Anthropology has taken pride in being a small department with a global impact. Faculty, staff, students and alumni reunited on April 4 to celebrate Anthropology’s 40th anniversary at a special event in McKeldin Library. View...
GVPT Grad Student Conducts War-Zone Survey in Syria
Data Offers Civilian, Rebel Views on Peace, Western Intervention and the Future
Group Processes Lab Creates Unique Research Opportunities for Students
The Department of Sociology’s Group Processes Laboratory conducts social science experiments conceptualized, designed and carried out by undergraduate and graduate students working closely with faculty members. These students and faculty also study and publish the resulting data to share the findings with the academic community and the public.
10 BSOS Programs Ranked in the Nation’s Top 40 by U.S. News
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is the proud home of 10 programs and areas of specialty ranked among the top 40 in the nation in the 2015 edition of U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools. Once again, the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice's graduate program is ranked #1.
The Department of Sociology’s sex and gender specialty is ranked #...
Washington Insider: Journalist Jonathan Allen, BA ’98
As a White House reporter for Bloomberg and the former White House bureau chief for Politico, Jonathan Allen, BA (GVPT) ’98, knows Washington inside and out. Allen—who is poised to cover the 2016 presidential campaign—recently published HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton with coauthor Amie Parnes. The book has quickly become required reading inside and...