Undergraduate Student Problem Solving Competition (USPSC) The USPSC provides students with a meaningful way to exercise their sociological skills by responding to a problem/challenge posed by a local community organization. Students work in teams of 2 to 4, and must have a faculty sponsor from their school. More than one team from a school may participate. Teams will be given a statement of the problem one week prior to the conference. They then must attend a session in the afternoon of the first day of the conference to hear more about the problem and the community organization. Teams will present their solutions at a special session on the afternoon of the third day of the conference.
Sign up your team here: https://forms.gle/38Yoh8doN9yzKmj96
PSA will again hold a Grad Fair at the 2020 conference on Friday, March 27, 3:30-5:00 pm.
Graduate programs can register, using the form below, to have a table at the event. This is a great chance to get out word about your program to an audience of highly motivated sociology undergraduates! The cost is $100 for the table.
Grad Fair organizers are Kristy Shih, CSU Long Beach, and Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos.