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One of the goals of Roosevelt’s sociology curriculum is to nurture a well-developed sociological imagination—"the quality of mind essential to grasp the interplay of individual and society, of biography and history, of self and the world" as C. Wright Mills termed it. The promise of a sociological imagination is to help students position their own lives in broader social contexts and to understand the dynamic relationship between the political, economic, and cultural forces that constitute social life.

The Sociology program at Roosevelt has seven full-time faculty members. It also includes several adjunct faculty members who hold degrees from a number of prestigious universities. For more information on the sociology program, please click on one of the links below.

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June 5, 2012: Study by Roosevelt professor reveals inequities in tax increment financing for school construction projects

A study by Roosevelt University sociology professor Stephanie Farmer shows that CPS schools that limit enrollments, based on test scores, lotteries and/or other factors, receive more funds for development through TIF than neighborhood schools with open enrollments. Read more>>