Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Social Work
The mission of the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Social Work is to employ theory and knowledge and teach skills to empower our students to contribute to a better society. We seek to explore and reveal how society and culture shape human lives, attitudes, and actions. We strive to make our students more effective and valuable as citizens, scholars, and professionals through teaching the skills of social analysis, research, writing, and social action.
Congratulations to Spring 2014 Scholarship Winners
Rubystine Ramsey = Robert L. Johnston Book Scholarship
Morgan Chavous = Renee Rondeau C.J. Book Scholarship
Marcus Shaw = Ernestine Thompson SOWK Book Scholarship
- Brett Heimlich has received a prestigious Fulbright-Fogarty Award and will spend the next year in Malawi studying Sickle Cell Disease.
- Mark Tarr, COO of HealthSouth Corporation, will speak on "Navigating the Post-Acute Environment" Thursday, Aug. 28 at noon.
- All the Columbia County Teacher of the Year finalists are graduates of the Georgia Regents University College of Education.