Mental Health, Educational Policy, Student Success, Social Justice, Equity
Research metrics related to mental health treatment and care; especially in assessing alternative methods of treatment and care outside the traditional (and often inaccessible) models. Serving as an educator and educational leader at an institution of higher learning.
Teaching (and Practicing)
Top Five - EcoFeminism, Sociology of Healing: Intuitive Expression Through Creative Arts and Nature, Historical Trauma in Association with DV/IPV, EcoTourism and Sustainability Outreach for People Experiencing Physical, Cognitive, Neurological and Psychological Disabilities, Structural Leadership Development: Diversity Changes in the Workplace
MA in Sociology, continuing educational certification in CDC
Single Parent College Students, Poverty, University Structure/Institution, Food Production and Sourcing, Nutrition
To complete the Master's Program in Sociology here at HSU. I hope to work in a student services position at HSU, working to support college students through their university experience.
Gender/Sexuality studies, intersectional feminism, globalization, environmental racism, and environmental justice
To work and research as an activist educator at the college/university level.
Criminal Justice system, prison reform, restorative justice practices, victimization, social justice, community-police relations
I would like to find a career in the Criminal Justice system working with victims and offenders.
Teaching & Practicing
Social inequalities, environmental justice, and government policy
Teach at the college level, advocate for social justice and possibly pursue a PhD
Teaching and Practicing Sociology
Mental Health and Wellness, Altruism, Drug Addiction and Family Dynamics, Gender/Sexuality, Media and Popular Culture, Resilience, Social Justice, Identity
I am drawn to the way that the program incorporates both theory and practice. The location is stunning and I love the culture at HSU and surrounding areas. To me this is the perfect location to focus on what matters most to me: Learning about myself via learning about society.
Social Inequality, Race, Class, and Gender Studies, Sociology of Family/Marriage
To teach at the Community College level and eventually pursue a PhD
Sociology of Family, Life Course, Social Gerontology/Aging, Foster Care, Juvenile Delinquency, Social Deviance, Mental Health, Social Advocacy, and Gender and Sexuality.
Possibly pursue my Ph.D, but until that is decided I would love to work in the non-profit sector either advocating for older adults or foster youth, or maybe even both.
Digital Divide and access to technology as it relates to age/altered abilities/ruralism/socioeconomic status.
Pursue and continue research into Digital Divide and aging in order to support future generational adaptations to technology.
Music and Environmental Sociology
After finishing up the Public Sociology MA, I will pursue a PhD in a similar field.
Practicing and Teaching Sociology
Social Structures & Constructs, Intersectionality, Vulnerability, Shame & Courage
To support individuals in their journey towards personal autonomy.
Gender and Sexuality, Social Inequality and Stratification
To be a college professor and eventually get my PhD
Labor/Work and education, the role they have in society, and their relationship with social justice.
Complete the Master's of Sociology program at HSU and continue my public service with an increased capacity and education.
I have a multi interest in research options, however research in regards to local disparities such as addiction related or local healthcare issues/resources.
First thing complete the program, then find a rewarding and meaningful career that is an asset to the local community.
Public Policy, Bureaucratic/Organizational Structures, Institutions, Globalization, Rural Development, Economic Development, Environmental Justice, Technology, Health Administration, Mental Health, Youth/Ageism.
After the program I hope to pursue a career in either policy analysis or research. I am also interested in attending law school or pursuing a PhD, we’ll see where the road takes me.
Practicing and Teaching Sociology
Life Course, Women and Gender Studies, Classical Theory, Feminist Theory, Women and Crime, Victimization, Domestic Violence, Sexuality, Capitalism, Patriarchy, Religion, and Environmental.
MA is Sociology, to get an MA in Women and Gender Studies. Then from there possibly go to law school or pursue a PhD. The opportunities are endless.