Criminology & Sociology Department

Students within the Sociology and Criminology Department engage in the scientific study of society as they conduct research and do field work, connect with professionals in their field, and prepare for success after graduation in a career or graduate school.

Contact Information
Amie Hess
Head, Department of Sociology & Criminology
210 Joyner Hall
Phone: (919) 760-8016
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The Status of Girls in North Carolina


Status of Girls

This report, published by Meredith College, offers a detailed compilation of data about factors that impact girls' lives within the state. The study, the first of its kind, highlights areas in which N.C. girls are making strides, areas in need of improvement, and areas of disparity among girls. Download the report »

The Status of Girls in North Carolina

This report, published by Meredith College, offers a detailed compilation of data about factors that impact girls' lives within the state. The study, the first of its kind, highlights areas in which N.C. girls are making strides, areas in need of improvement, and areas of disparity among girls.

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Featured Stories


Strong Story | Ann-Michelle Roberts

Sociology and political science major Ann-Michelle, ’15, came to Meredith a leader and ready to become even stronger. Read more »

 

Strong Story | Bailey Dunn

As a sociology and criminology major, Bailey Dunn, '15, conducted in-depth undergraduate research. Read more »

 

Strong Story | Tierra Morrisey

Sociology major Tierra Morrissey landed a corporate job after working with Meredith's Office of Career Planning. Read more »

 


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See how Meredith’s criminology program prepares women for careers in criminology through a focus on leadership development, internships, and opportunities to connect with local, state, and national professionals in the field.

Criminology at Meredith College

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Sociology major La’Meshia Whittington transferred to Meredith and found faculty who were excited to help her find ways to use her education to advance the nonprofit she founded.

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