The Department of Sociology at the University of California, Irvine is nationally recognized for its broad strengths, including quantitative and qualitative research in such areas as immigration, social movements, social networks, and globalization. Sociology faculty contribute not only to the department and the wider field but also to the campus's interdisciplinary units, providing leadership and core faculty to the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences, the Center for the Study of Democracy, the Center for Demographic and Social Analysis, and so on. Faculty members in sociology have achieved preeminence in several sub-fields; they have gained distinction as editors of major journals and officers of professional associatons; and they have won respect in equal measures from activists and policymakers. The department offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in sociology.
Have Wars and the Role of Military Power Declined through the History of Human Societies?
February 11, 2016
The Belly Mommy and the Fetus Sitter
February 12, 2016
Probabilistic Population Projections with Migration Uncertainty
February 19, 2016
EXPERT SERIES: Cuba and the U.S.: Making Up is Hard to Do
February 25, 2016
SoCal QCA Workshop
March 17, 2016 - March 19, 2016
Graduating seniors - let your voice be heard!
February 6, 2016
Apply today to be a 2016 undergrad commencement speaker
For Asian Americans, racial mobility has not meant full incorporation or equal status in US society
January 15, 2016
Research by Jennifer Lee, sociology professor,is featured by the London School of Economics Jan. 15, 2016
Studies find immigrants are more law-abiding than U.S. natives
January 14, 2016
Ruben Rumbaut, sociology Distinguished Professor, is quoted in the StarTribune Jan. 14, 2016