STEP Sociology Club
Who Are We?
S.T.E.P (Sociologists Together Empowering People), the Sociology club at the University of San Francisco, was established in Spring 2011. S.T.E.P.'s main purpose is to create solidarity among individuals interested in sociology. The Club hopes to build a campus community for current and prospective Sociology majors and minors by providing students opportunities to network; to acquire information about graduate schools, internships, and jobs; and to build professional relationships with fellow students and faculty. S.T.E.P also aims to increase student civic engagement and promote social justice on campus and in our communities. Everyone is welcome to attend meetings and participate in the Club's activities.
In Spring 2014, the club meets every other Thursday from 11:45 to 12:30. Please check the facebook page (below) to find out the location.
You can get current information about S.T.E.P.'s activities by visiting our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/stepusf.
Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sociology Club Wins Excellence in Community Action Award!
The Sociology Department is proud to announce that our Sociology Club, Sociologists Together Empowering People, has won the 2014 Excellence in Community Action Award. The award honors STEP members for their contributions to the USF community. When they were informed of the prize, they were told that "the criteria for this award is a project that embodies the mission of the organization and USF with thoughtful intentions and reflection. The ASUSF Senate executives unanimously agreed to award your organization the highest level of excellence for your Community Action Project. Your project was impressive and you and your organization are more than deserving of this recognition."
This is the first year that the Excellence in Community Action award has been awarded. We are incredibly proud of the club members for winning this award!