Undergraduate Sociology Advisers
The Department of Sociology advisers are available to help guide students in their selection of courses, and to ensure that students are fully aware of all the opportunities available to them in the sociological field of study. Sociology advisers may also approve course substitutions and help determine graduation credits.
If you are meeting with an adviser to declare a major or minor please complete the major or minor worksheet in advance. These worksheets are available in the main of office of 1810 Chicago Avenue.
It is not necessary to make an appointment to see a sociology adviser. Students may see advisers within their office hours (which change quarterly).
**There will be no office hours during the summer quarter, advisors can be reached by email.**
1810 Chicago Ave., room 223
1812 Chicago Ave., room 203
1812 Chicago Ave., room 305
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1808 Chicago Ave., room 110
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY's Department of Sociology invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track, Assistant Professor position to begin in the Fall of 2015. More information.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY'S Department of Sociology invites applications for a full-time, benefits-eligible, non-tenure eligible faculty appointment as Assistant Professor of Instruction, beginning September 1, 2015. More infromation.
NEED EXPERT ADVICE?
Our faculty advisers can help you select Sociology courses, even if Sociology isn't your major or minor.
Searle Center for Advancing Learning & Teaching provides a variety of programs and workshops for graduate students and faculty interested in developing their teaching practices. In addition, the Searle Center offers a variety of programs for graduate students seeking to develop their skills as Teaching Assistant (TA) and instructor , such as, a yearly conference for new TA's, a teaching certificate program and fellowship opportunities.
Urban/Community Workshop: William Richardson, Northwestern University
January 13, 2015 • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Sociology Colloquium - Professor Sida Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
January 15, 2015 • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM