WELCOME STATEMENT FROM THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR

 

Welcome to the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology Website! Here we provide up-to-date information about our department and our programs and activities, including student activities.

To our students, we say you’ve made an important decision to earn higher education, a decision that, for years to come, you and your family will always be proud of. The late Nelson Mandela of South Africa, one of the historic figures, whom I admire so much for his stance on social justice issues, says education is an important tool needed for transforming our world. Indeed, education is very important. To change our world requires understanding humanity, social interactions, and social institutions. Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology are among the disciplines or fields of study that allow us to deeply understand humanity, human relationships and interactions, and social institutions.

A degree in Sociology, Anthropology, or Criminology provides the platform and opportunity for one to impact the world in significant ways. Your decision to pursue a career in one of these three disciplines is a good, laudable decision. I therefore challenge you to take the opportunity more seriously.

Remember, as Prince Nico Mbarga rightly says in his song, the best opportunities come but once in life. You may never have this opportunity! I challenge you to prioritize your study. Don’t be distracted. You are here for a purpose: to gain an education for you, for your family, for your community, and for humanity. Never forget why you decided to enter the University of Liberia and the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminology in particular. Remain focused on your goal and let it be your guidepost.

Again, welcome to the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminology.

 

DEPARTMENT MONTHLY BRAIN TEASER QUIZ

MARCH BRAIN TEASER QUESTIONS

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SAIL – STUDENTS ASSESSING INSTRUCTION & LEARNING

Click here to access, fill out, and submit our faculty evaluation form.

 
 

DEPARTMENT EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

APPLICATION FOR GRADUATION

Students who plan to graduate in December 2021 are informed that the Department is processing applications for graduation. Contact Mr. Mohammed Kanneh, the Department Records Officer, for details. You can download the application form from the Department website, fill it out, print it, attach your passport-size photos, and submit it to the Department in Room AC3-23. Or, visit the Department at Fendall and obtain a hard copy of the form and fill it out. If you plan to graduate in December, download the student progress report form and apply now.

2020/2021 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

The schedule for the 2020/2021 First Semester Final Exams has been released. Exams start on Monday, May 24, 2021. Below are links to details of the schedule. Click on each link to view the schedule.

Week1 – Freshmen & Seniors

2020-2021 First Semester Final Exam Schedule – Freshmen & Senior

2020-2021 First Semester Final Exam Schedule – Freshmen & Senior Capitol Hill

Week 2 – Sophomore & Junior

2020-2021 First Semester Final Exam Schedule – Junior & Sophomore

2020-2021 First Semester Final Exam Schedule – Sophomore & Junior Capitol Hill

2020/2021 Second Semester Academic Calendar

Below is the link or file containing the updated academic calendar for second semester 2020/2021.

2020-2021 Second Semester Approved Academic Calendar – Updated 2 June 2021

The Course Schedule for Second Semester 2020/2021

The Excel file below contains the courses we are offering in Second Semester 2020/2021.

DEPT OF SOCI & ANTH COURSE OFFERING FOR SECOND SEMESTER 2020-2021

 

 

GETTING FAMILIAR & WORKING WITH MOODLE

Dr. J. Kerkula Foeday, Chairman of the Department of Sociology & Anthropology, on May 27, 2020, presented on the topic: “Introduction to Moodle” at the University of Liberia OIT-TLC Online Program Training Workshop. He specifically discussed the topic, “Getting Familiar and Working with Moodle. His full PowerPoint presentation can be accessed and downloaded by clicking here.

 

HEARING FROM OUR GRADUATES SURVEY (HFOGS)

The Department of Sociology & Anthropology has launched an online survey among its graduates (alumni) called Hearing From Our Graduates Survey. The purpose of the survey is to gather feedback from graduates of the Department and to assess how they are faring in the larger society.

All alumni or graduates of the Department are invited to participate in the survey. We want to hear from everyone. To respond to the questionnaire, click here.

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS!

Do you need help with your assignments and research papers? If so, contact Lemongrass Communications. The staff at Lemongrass Communications specialize in writing and editing papers. They help students with their assignments and all writing-based subjects. Click here for more information about Lemongrass Communications.

 
 

FEATURED MONTHLY PHOTO

SASA 2020/2021 LEADERSHIP (L-R: Valayee V. Dukuly, VP/External Affairs; Stephen Sorsor, VP/Internal Affairs; Abigail Dorbor (Center), President; Jerry S. B. Morris, General Secretary, & Grace M. Wisner, Financial Secretary
 

MONTHLY CALENDAR

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GRADUATES FROM THE DEPARTMENT

Meet the graduates we have put out over the years by clicking here.