As one of the top Sociology departments in the world, UBC Sociology offers graduate students the opportunity to specialize in one or more of our seven different research areas, from environment, community and social movements, to health, power and economy.
Ph.D. candidate Jennifer Adkins discusses identity, racism issues, and trust in interracial relationships. Read a Q&A where Adkins explains her data, processes, and challenges of her research thus far.
UBC Sociology is thrilled by the accomplishments of Allison Laing and Kayonne Christy, two of our graduate students who were recently awarded scholarships. Congratulations to both of them!
UBC Sociology PhD candidate Nicole Malette's new book, It’s All Good (Unless It’s Not), explores how undergraduate students access mental health services, unpacking common university challenges and when and where to go for help.
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