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College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
Welcome to the
Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice
Emmanuel Babatunde, Ph.D., D.Phil. (Oxon), Chair
Anthony DiFilippo, Ph.D.
James R. Jones, Ph.D.
Robert E. Millette, Ph.D.
Zoran Milovanovich, Ph.D.
Ms. Maureen Kyle
The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice makes it possible for students to graduate from Lincoln University confident in their ability to help shape a more humane world by putting their disciplinary knowledge to work in the fields such as law, business, government, and community development, or by pursuing graduate studies. The programs housed in the department are all designed to provide students with a solid understanding of social processes, social institutions, and the linkages between the individual and the larger society. The department offers majors in Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice. Students may elect to pursue either a Bachelor of Arts degree, which is recommended for students considering postgraduate, professional or academic study, or a Bachelor of Science degree, which is generally career-oriented.
Fourth Regional Undergraduate Student Research Conference 2014
Congratulations to award recipients at the Fourth Regional Undergraduate Research Conference, held on Saturday, April 12, 2014, on the main campus of The Lincoln University!
1st Place Oral Presentation – Heaven Thomas, Delaware State University
2nd Place Oral Presentation – Emmanuel Woodson, The Lincoln University
3rd Place Oral Presentation – Christopher Gunter, Delaware State University
1st Place Poster Presentation – Arpita Mandal, University of Delaware
2nd Place Poster Presentation – Oluwatimilehin Adeyemo, University of Delaware
Honorable Mention – Oral Presentations:
Memunah Sillah, The Lincoln University
Michael Hickey, Delaware State University
Valerie Reason, The Lincoln University
Kayla McWilliams, Delaware State University
Congratulations to all students who made presentations and thanks to all faculty, staff and students who helped make the conference a success!
Ethnographic Field Research Projects
Three students, Georgette Shelley, Claire Vilain and Autumn Vogel were selected to attend a week-long course in Participatory Action Ethnographic Research, held in Lilongwe, Malawi, under the USAID/MSU/LU Partnership Grant during the spring 2014 semester.
Two students, Janaay Rosser and Antonio Garrison, along with two faculty members, were selected to attend the Ag/ESS Research Conference in Lilongwe, Malawi, under the USAID/MSU/LU Partnership Grant (spring 2014).