Year: 2018

American Sociological Association Code of Ethics

2018 final program

Fall 2018 newsletter

Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee

The PSA Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee is comprised of retired faculty members of the PSA who will work to further integrate all emeriti and retired faculty into the organization. The charge of the committee shall be to provide a

Committee on Community Colleges

The Committee on Community Colleges shall concern itself with matters that relate to the participation of community college faculty and students in the association and the discipline, such as planning special sessions and activities for community college faculty and students

The Social Conscience Committee

The Social Conscience Committee is charged with locating a worthy community-based organization in the city in which the PSA holds its annual meeting, for the purpose of honoring that organization through the PSA program and/or a monetary donation from the

Endowment Committee

The PSA Endowment Committee is a six member committee appointed by the Committee on Committees. Members serve two year/three conference terms, with two members from each region (north, south, central). Terms are staggered; in any one year, two members end

Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology

The Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology (sometimes known as Applied, Public, and Clinical Sociology) seeks to provide resources for students, faculty, and non-academic practitioners of sociological work. We recognize that many professionals outside academia utilize the sociological imagination

Student Affairs Committee

The Student Affairs Committee concerns itself with the participation of both undergraduate and graduate students in the association, such as planning the student reception at the annual conference and organizing sessions and workshops that students can participate in and/or attend.

Committee on the Status of LGBTQ+ Persons in Sociology

The Committee on the Status of LGBTQ+ Persons in Sociology shall monitor the participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer+ persons in the discipline and the affairs of the Association. The committee shall report to Council the status and concerns

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