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Gifts to The Sociology Fund will provide discretionary monies for student scholarships and fellowships, student travel for study abroad and national conferences, faculty research initiatives, and other departmental projects that will allow us to continue to attract and retain the brightest students and faculty to the Department of Sociology. Contribute to this Fund by typing "Sociology" in the Search for Fund box. (Code AN05)
The Sociology Department has launched a fund to provide undergraduate majors money for professional development opportunities that will allow them to further their skills and enhance their scholarship by attending professional meetings, participating in sociology study abroad programs, and supporting opportunities to work on research projects. This was the idea of a group of sociology emeriti faculty including Drs. Maxine Baca-Zinn, Harry Schwarzweller, and Bo Anderson. If you would like to speak with someone directly about giving to this fund please contact Sarah Blom, Senior Director of Development at (517) 432-1802 or at email@example.com.
The Undergraduate Professional Development Fund was started in 2008 to provide undergraduate majors with professional development opportunities that will allow them to further their skills and enhance their scholarship by attending professional meetings, participating in sociology study abroad programs, and supporting opportunities to work on research projects. Contribute to this Fund by typing "Sociology" in the Search for Fund box. (Code AN0502)
The Useem Fund endowment was established in memory of Drs. John and Ruth Useem, who both played an integral role in the education of thousands of undergraduate and graduate sociology students from the 1940’s through the 1980’s. Their exemplary scholarship and commitment to learning about comparative and international sociology provided a strong foundation for the Department’s scholarly theme of “Global Transformations”. To continue their international commitment, the Useem Endowment provides merit-based scholarship support to graduate students embarking on careers related to international social research and global transformation. Contribute to this Fund by typing "Useem" in the Search for Fund box. (Code AN053)
The Jay Artis Endowment for Graduate Study fund was established in memory of Dr. Jay Artis, a former faculty member of Sociology. The work of Dr. Artis focused on the sociology of international development. This endowment fund provides financial support to doctoral students whose dissertations are focusing on the sociology of international development issues. (Code AN050)