Publishing & Other Opportunities
Academic Year 2020-2021
|CURL - Take a leadership role in an engaged research project||CURL Fellowships|
|Sept 13||January Break||Alternative Break Immersions to Dominican Republic & El Paso/Juarez, Mexico||Campus Ministry|
|Nov 14||Spring Break||Alternative Break Immersions to sites in the US & Canada||Campus Ministry|
|Nov 14||May||Alternative Break Immersions to Louisville, KY & Montgomery, AL||Campus Ministry|
|Ricci Scholars - Conduct research at Loyola's Rome Center in Fall and Loyola's Viet Nam Center in Spring||Ricci Scholars|
|Feb18||ASA Honors Program to attend annual meeting (Requires faculty letter of nomination)||ASA Honors Program|
Carroll and Adelaide Johnson Scholarship - interdisciplinary research related to a social justice issue and its impact on women.
Interdisciplinary Research - research project that engages multiple disciplinary lenses.
Provost - Pursue a research project in collaboration with a faculty mentor
Research Mentoring - Be a summer assistant to a Ph.D. student.
Social Justice Research Fellowship -research that explores issues of social justice or contributes to social justice.
Sociology Advising Open House
Damen Student Center (Fall/Spring)
Loyola Weekend of Excellence
|Weekend of Excellence|
Sociology Honors Reception
Fellowship Incentive Grants (FIG)
UNDERGRADUATE PUBLISHING & PAPER COMPETITIONS
|Nov 20||Illinois Sociological Association Undergraduate Paper Competition|
|Nov 1||Midwest Sociological Society, Undergraduate Paper & Poster Competition|
||Righting Wrongs Journal, Webster University|
|Jan 31 & July 21||Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography, Brown University|
|Dates vary||Research Experience for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation|
ON GOING SPEAKER SERIES OPEN TO UNDERGRADUATES
Applications for the National Security Education Program's David L. Boren Scholarships for undergraduate students and Fellowships for graduate students are now available at www.borenawards.org. Boren Awards provide unique funding opportunities for U.S. students to study in Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East, where they can add important international and language components to their educations.