The Family Social Science Round Table is an undergraduate student organization established to create a sense of identity within the Family Social Science Department, provide networking opportunities, promote healthy relationships, provide hands on experience in community service and involvement, and encourage socialization with peers and faculty. Each year this organization is led by FSoS juniors and seniors, but any students interested in FSoS are invited and encouraged to participate.
Fall 2008 meetings are held in McNeal Hall, room 146. Meeting are every other Tuesday at 4:20pm.
* October 14
* October 28
* November 11
* November 25
* December 9
Please join us to help plan social events, volunteer opportunities and talk about issues related to the Family Social Science major.
Questions or comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Family Social Science Round Table raised $500 for the Alzheimers Walk! This event was held on Saturday, September 27th in Highland Park. For every $100 raised our team earned a shirt (shown in the pictures below). It was great to see all of the people there to support research to help end Alzheimers Disease in our community.
Many people showing support for people with Alzheimers by walking 3 miles together!
Caitlin Ramsay, Jillian Moran, Marie Smith
The Round Table has done a few trips in the past year to Feed My Starving Children. This is a great volunteer opportunity for the individual, a few people, or a large group! You just have to sign up ahead of time if you are in a group of 10 or more. But if there are less than 10 people you are more than welcome to go on one of their "walk in" nights shown on their website.
Lauren Dussault, Jillian Moran
Katie, Katie Lovitz, Dan Willams, Anne Johnson
Laura Skubic, Emily Wang
Steph Bonson, Jillian Moran