What Our Students are Doing

Karl Rivera ’16 embarks on photography project in India
After spending time in Ahmedabad, India, as a participant of the International Honors Program in 2014, Karl Rivera ’16 knew he had to go back.

Sociology major helps HIV/AIDs survivors in Africa
When Hannah Dalglish ’16 was considering summer internships, her sociology professors encouraged her to seek an experience abroad. She took the advice to heart.

Left and Right-Gun Permits
Views on gun permits are similar, across political parties by Abigail Wing ’18.

Trust in Government
Why are we seeing such high levels of distrust for the American government? by Nick Liotta ’17.

How Have Attitudes Towards Working Mothers Changed?
Has the image of the homemaker been displaced by images of today’s working woman? by Stephanie Reeves ’16.


News from our Alumni

Putting Beliefs into Action
Khrystian King ’95 earns spot on Worcester City Council.

Meaningful work
Passion for teaching and creating change guided associate professor Derron Wallace’s path to Brandeis.

Graduates head into the world of work – Mollie Lane ’14
Sociology major Mollie Lane ’14 takes on new responsibilities as the meeting and events planner for the CM Group in Hingham, MA.

Putting Sociology Skills to Work
Chris Kelley ‘96 finds sociology is a natural fit for market research and consulting.

Gonzalo Brujó, ’97
Gonzalo Brujó ’97 is the Chairman for Latin America and Iberia of Interbrand, the world’s leading brand consultancy. “My studies in Wheaton have also secured me a challenging, yet interesting job which I look forward to and enjoy every single day.”