Constitution Day is Thursday, Sept. 17. Minnesota State University Moorhead will honor this important day with events and displays in the Livingston Lord Library. You can celebrate Constitution Day by: • Checking out the display in the Library for Civic Engagement Month with free pocket Constitutions from the Government Printing Office and information on voting. • Visiting the library research guide […]
Dr. Deborah White, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, was featured in an article in the October 2013 publication of The Midwest Sociologist. The article by Michael Haedicke entitled “Integrating Research, Teaching, Activism” highlights ways in which White and fellow sociologist Stephanie Farmer (Roosevelt University) promote civic engagement and advance social justice in their communities, through their professional lives.
Allie Edmonds, Catherine Kippley and Jenelle Swenberger presented a paper titled “Crowd Sourcing, Crisis Mapping, and Sociology: Humanitarian Responses to Crisis in the World.” They co-presented with Dr. Karen Branden, Sociology and Criminal Justice, in a session titled “Connections and Community: Preparing students through Civic Engagement.” The three seniors discussed crowd sourcing as a way of doing humanitarian work.