February 24, 2005
There is a provocative exhibit at the Minnesota Center for Photography now through March 27. Tonight the photographer, Lauren Greenfield will be speaking at the Univeristy of Minnesota, Ted Mann theater at 7pm. Both the talk and the exhibit are free.
Check out the MCP webpage: Minnesota Center for Photography
Lauren's page: Lauren Greenfield
Want a glimpse of Girl Culture: Girl Culture
If you've seen it, feel free to post a comment.
February 23, 2005
Conference at Metropolitan State
What do Metro-area citizens think about the quality of our public institutions and public officials? This is related to programs such as service learning, and why its important.
Interested? Well there's a conference at Metropolitan State University entitled Uncommon Ground? Metropolitan Perspectives on the Public Good next week where this and many other issues will be discussed.
Take a look at the flyer Metropolitan Perspectives
February 15, 2005
We are approaching our 6th week, if you have not contacted a service organization or if your original site is not working out for you please try one of the following community partners.
The Somali Education Center can take as many students as we can send.
They need people Monday - Thursday 3-9 PM and Sat and Sun 10-4.
Tutoring in all subject areas for kindergarten though the first year of college.
Contact Adan Abudulkadir 612-558-6316
The other is the Employment Action Center (EAC). They need many volunteers as well (about 15-20). See their site http://www.eac-mn.org/
Contact Marjorie Shoemaker 612-752-8627
February 11, 2005
Greetings & Welcome to the website/blog for Sociology 101, Introduction to Sociology. This website is intended to provide you with easy access to class materials and announcements, and to facilitate class communication.
Here is a brief description of the class:
In this course, we will learn the fundamental concepts and ideas used in sociology and importantly, apply this knowledge through investigations of social behavior such as: personal face-to-face interactions, organizations, culture, inequality, and family. In particular, your service-learning site provides one source for our scholarly inquiry. There will be ample opportunities for students to engage in active and independent learning through various cooperative learning activities, such as group discussions, and interactive critique and feedback.
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