Hey BSOS Students!
Interested in learning more about race relations, social dynamics, or research opportunities in the sociology department? Then come to our next Brown Bag on March 25th, where we will feature Professor Rashawn Ray.
SOCY - Dr. Rashawn Ray
Wednesday, March 25
10:00am - 11:00am (Complimentary Breakfast)
Location: 2141K Tydings Hall
A profound researcher and scholar in the field of Sociology and Race, Dr. Ray is the author of the book Race and Ethnic Relations in the Twenty-First Century, and is a researcher in the field of racial stratification, self-evaluation of social class and men’s treatment of women. He is currently teaching the course Sociology 224, “Why are We Still Talking About Race,” and is a major part of the teach-ins as sponsored by the University of Maryland’s branch of the Black Lives Matter Movement.