Kathy J. Kuipers
Each year, the Sociology Department presents a Graduate Student Workshop Series. Topics are usually selected to appeal to graduate student concerns and interests. We meet in our newly remodeled Seminar Room (SS 330/338) from 3:30-5, and then adjourn for Happy Hour at a local establishment. See the News and Events for details about upcoming workshops.
Titles, locations and dates TBA
This spring, a series of lectures will be presented through a generous contribution from Scott McNall, former executive director of Chico State's Institute for Sustainable Development.
More information about these events will be available soon.
As stated on the Criminology Club's Facebook page, the purpose of the Club is to expose interested students to the diverse areas of Criminolgy. In keeping with this goal, Criminology Club invites a variety of presenters each semester to provide students with an array of specialties and information. This Spring Semester, the Club welcoms guest speakers from the City of Missoula Police Department, and from the Office of Public Safety, as well as a self-defense and a firearms training.
For more information about upcoming speakers and events, please visit the Criminology Club website.
Emeritus Professor, Paul Miller presents on his faculty exchange trip in New Zealand
Minna Piipponen, on left, Fulbright Scholar from Finland