Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion

What related research centers, programs, and departments are available to Sociology students?

Faculty members in Sociology maintain ties with a number of interdisciplinary programs and centers, including but not limited to:
African American Studies and Research,
American Studies,
Asian American Studies,
Asian Studies,
Center for Families,
Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion,
Center on Aging and the Life Course,
Center on Religion and Chinese Society,
Jewish Studies,
Religious Studies,
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

Sociology graduate students can take courses from faculty in other Purdue departments and even add them to their dissertation committees when special expertise in another area is needed. 

For example, Sociology students have regularly worked with or taken courses from professors in departments such as:

History
Anthropology
Psychology
Human Development and Family Studies
Philosophy
Statistics

This is not meant to be an exhaustive list.  These are just a few of the centers, programs, and departments on campus that Purdue Sociology students can draw upon as they develop their own research agenda.  

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