Based on faculty and instructor nominations to the Undergraduate Studies Committee, the department chooses one undergraduate major to feature as our monthly Sociology & Criminology Student Spotlight. This program recognizes the extraordinary achievements, accomplishments, and activities of our undergraduate students.
Hannah is majoring in sociology, global gender studies, and social sciences interdisciplinary health and human services. She chose sociology as a major because it allows her to better understand human behavior. She was drawn to sociology because it “gives the space to question many unknowns, form an understanding of difference, and participate in liberatory praxis.”
Hannah is as an ambassador for sociology in the College of Arts and Sciences. She plans to pursue a PhD in Sociology and Gender and Sexuality Studies after graduation. Hannah will use her degree to serve as an advocate for others. She explains: “My passion for social change and justice drive me to use my privilege to help others and be an agent of change.”