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  • Morgan Cole '07

    Following my graduation from Dartmouth, I spent two years as a community health volunteer with the Peace Corps in Burkina Faso, then attended graduate school for a master's degree in public policy at Johns Hopkins University. I'm now working on health care policy for the state of Maryland.

    Sarah Szkola '03

    I use my sociology degree every day! I'm an assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at UCSF. I work with children who are hospitalized, as well...

  • Hillary Cheng '11

    I'm currently preparing for the NH and MA bar exams (2014), and I'm planning on moving to Portland OR in September. I've decided to pursue a career in immigration removal defense to protect low-income individuals from deportation because I see this area as one of great need with very little attention being paid to it.

    Reyna Ramirez '10

    I am the development coordinator for the New England Innocence Project. We work with wrongfully convicted inmates...

  • Tina Alexander '11

    Since Dartmouth I have worked for a couple of different places, currently I work for the State of Texas working with a team to decided if people get disability benefits  through social security. (10/2014)

    Jordyn (Paradis) Hagar '04

    I received my Master's in Social Work after leaving Dartmouth and currently practice clinical social work with kids and families, which certainly uses a great deal of my original sociology degree. I also wrote a book a...

  • Keith Chapman

    Ten faculty members have been recognized for exceptional achievement in scholarship, teaching, and mentoring for 2012. Among the winners was Marc Dixon, associate professor of sociology. The awards are announced annually by the Office of the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

    “The accomplishments of these professors, as teachers and as scholars, are inspiring to students and faculty alike,” says Michael...