SURE is open to Sociology majors and Criminal Justice majors who have completed SOC 3751: “Introduction to Research Methods” with a grade of B or higher. Though preference for the program is given to seniors, juniors who have completed SOC 3751 with a B or higher may also apply.
Students will take SOC 4870: “Advanced Research” during their senior Winter Quarter to build on their statistical and methodological skills. Students will be mentored by Sociology/Criminal Justice faculty as they work toward completing a formal paper to be presented in round table paper or poster sessions at the annual Pacific Sociological Association meetings. Students will also present their papers or posters at the annual Erickson Research Conference at SPU at the end of Spring Quarter.
For more information on the program, please email Dr. Joshua Tom.
Pacific Sociological Association 2021
“Seattle Tent Census 2019-2020” – Andria Fredriks
"How long has your family voted?: Asian American Political Engagement and Immigrant Generation" — Jamie Lee
Pacific Sociological Association 2019
“Hip Hop Music and Messages of Resistance: A Content Analysis” —
“Understanding and Employing Discourse: Discourse on Homelessness in the City of Seattle” — Emily Nye
“Police Legitimacy: Anti-Black Attitudes and Support of the Use of Force” — Olivia Usher
“Bringing Abortion and Suicide Together: Values and Attitudes Towards the Value of Life” — Johnny Harvill
“Religion and Its Impact on Attitudes Towards Contraception” — Ashley Hillier
“The Interplay of Ethics and Organizational Responses to the Homelessness Crisis in Seattle” — Madelin"e McDonald
“Blaming and Excusing Others: How Individualism Influences Perception of Individual Control” — Sarah Bentz