Sociology students present research
Sociology students present research

The Department of Sociology hosted its annual spring colloquium this week, sponsored by a generous gift from Janet Earnest-Jenkins. Students presented research projects and took questions from the audience. Finally, awards were presented from Ray Swisher, department chair. The event was organized by Dr. Terri Earnest, Jessica Liberty and Joanne Ford-Robertson.

David Lansang (undergraduate)
“Anime – More Than Just a Hobby?”

Lara Deniff (undergraduate)
“Impact of Support Groups on Latina Women in Domestic Violence Relationships”

Otis McCandless-Chapman (graduate)
“Are You What You Eat?  Food, Identity, and Embodiment Among Gay Men”

Veronica Zapata (graduate)
“Emerging Adults Perceptions of the Indications of Their Religious Pursuits on Their Mental Health and Wellbeing”

Maesie Ulbert (undergraduate)
“Religion and Mental Health”

Jimena Castro (undergraduate)
“The Influence of COVID-19 on an Individual’s Relationship with Religion”

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