Get involved w/ COSS Resources!
Learn more about COSS high impact practices that offer resume building experiences.
Study Abroad with COSS!
Get to work with Internships
COSS Faculty outreach points of contact:
Dr. Dvera Saxton (Anthropology & any other major) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Harold Schweizer (CRIM Internship) email@example.com
Prof. Charles Shuler(CRIM Internship) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Lisa Bryant (Political Science) email@example.com
Prof. Gina Wallace (Moot Court) firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in Teaching?
COSS Graduate Program Faculty Advisor points of contact
Research with a faculty member!
Speak with your department chair, program coordinator, or your course professor to find out how to get more involved with faculty research project.
Africana Studies Program Coordinator- Dr. Thomas Whit-Ellis, email@example.com
Anthropology Chair- Dr. Henry Delcore, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicano & Latin American Studies Chair- Dr. Ramon Sanchez, email@example.com
Criminology Chair- Dr. Peter English, firstname.lastname@example.org
Geography & City Regional Planning Chair- Dr. Michelle Calvarese email@example.com
History Chair- Dr. William Skuban, firstname.lastname@example.org
History Assistant Professor - Dr. Romeo Guzman, email@example.com
Political Science Chair- Dr. Melanie Ram, firstname.lastname@example.org
Political Science Professor - Dr. Natalie Kasianenko, email@example.com
Sociology Chair- Dr. Jennifer Randles firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Studies Program Chair- Dr. Kathryn Forbes, email@example.com
Give back to the community by Service-Learning!
The courses listed below have community service components. These are courses that have no or very little course pre-requisites. If you want to know more about community service but do not want to take a class please see the Jan and Bud Richter Center for a very extensive community service listing.
SERVICE LEARNING COURSE LIST:
ASAM 110S- Asian American Communities Service-Learning
AGED 120S- Leadership & Communications (2 units)
CFS 143S- Children at Risk (3 units)
COMS 1 - Com Serv-Learn (1-3 units)
CRIM 120S - Juvenile Delinquency (3 units)
LEE 101S - Early Learning for School Success (3 units)
LEE 109S - Literacy Engagement in the Community (3 units)
LEE 144S - Service-Learning Pedagogy and Practice (3 units)
MKTG 100S - Marketing Concepts pre OR co requisite BA 105W or ENGL 160W (3 units)
RA 73S - Leadership in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism (3 units)
RA 77S - Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Programming (3 units)
SOC 1S - Principles of Sociology (3 units)
SOC 3S - Critical Thinking About Society (3 units)
SOC 130WS - Contemporary Social Issues (4 units)
SOC 184S - Grant Writing & Evaluation (3 units)
SOC 186S - Governance, Administrative Principles, & Financial Literacy (3 units)