These longer, 20-minute sessions involve groups of 10-15 students who learn more about the selected field and begin the process of developing professional relationships.
Many of these interactions have resulted in future mentorship and research projects.
Prior to the event, medical students are provided a “little black book” containing basic information about each specialty such as match requirements, residency length, sub-specialization options, and salary data.
They are also provided sample questions to assist each interaction.
SOCI 380 is a requirement for sociology majors and minors.
It is among the most challenging courses to teach because many sociology students postpone taking social theory until their last year of study, focusing instead on empirically based sociology courses.
Second, we will examine how the theorists’ ideas were shaped by the social and historical context in which they were produced.Upper-class students in every major will be there to share their experiences and answer any questions about their major. Hear from current students how the event works and how it can help!For more information or questions regarding the event, please contact Angie Tudor.The event was held at Gregory Gym and was open to all students looking to find a match or meet a new friend.Undeclared sophomore Jessica Heighway said the speed dating event was a focused way to approach potential suitors.
In groups of two to three, students rotate through a series of “dates” lasting 3-4 minutes.