Co-Presidents: Paul Capobianco, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nea James, email@example.com, and Anna Levine, firstname.lastname@example.org
Moderator: Amanda Konradi, Associate Professor, email@example.com
- Resume Workshop: The sociology club coordinates with the sociology faculty in the Fall term to offer an evening during which sociology majors and minors can strategize to develop resumes that sell the unique skills they have developed through their coursework, employment, and community service.
- Holiday Dinner: The sociology club coordinates with the faculty to host an annual dinner in December for all faculty and majors and minors.
- Career Night: The sociology club sponsors an annual career night in Spring term, including dinner and speakers, to expose majors and minors to the range of work undertaken by alumni who majored in sociology.
For information about planned club activities or to make suggestions contact current presidents (2022-2023): Paul Capobianco, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nea James, email@example.com, and Anna Levine, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Togetherall is a free online mental health support platform with psychoeducational resources, self-guided courses and support related to various mental health topics, and a community forum where members can share anonymously and support one another. The platform is monitored by trained/licensed professionals for any crisis-related concerns. This is a free, easy, and efficient resource for students to access mental health support either as a supplement to, or in place of, therapy. Many students have found it to be incredibly helpful and end up using it repeatedly.
The staff at Togetherall offer brief virtual trainings/demos throughout the year. The Sociology Club participated in a training during the fall semester of 2023. Below is a link to a recording of the training, for students who were unable to attend but are interested in learning more about Togetherall.
Watch the Togetherall Sociology Club training video.
Sociology Club Constitution
The Sociology Club will function to assist all Loyola students in exploring their academic interests in socially relevant issues and expose more students to the field of sociology. The club will promote sociological theory and methods through a variety of meaningful community service projects and sociology-based activities such as social events, field trips, volunteer opportunities, guest speakers, and group discussions. These activities will cultivate enthusiasm and energy which will inspire students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world.
The Sociology Club membership is open to all current Loyola students.
The Sociology Club is led by a Student President(s) and a Faculty Moderator (FM). Officer positions are held for the duration of one full school year.
Each March, the Student President(s) and the FM will invite applications for club leadership for the next academic year. Regardless of major, all current members of the sociology club may apply. Applicants must be able to serve in office on campus for both the fall and spring terms. Selection of future leadership will be made by the current Student President(s) and FM.
If the current Student President(s) will not graduate at the end of their term, they may choose to stand for general election to retain their post.
The Faculty Moderator of the Sociology Club is a member of the Sociology Department Faculty appointed by the Sociology Department Chairperson.
- 2021-2022 Mackenzie Wright & Paul Capobianco
- 2020-2021 Mackenzie Wright
- 2019-2020 Caroline Annis & Jordan Courtney
- 2017-2018 Anna Marchio & Grace Hymel
- 2016-2017 Conor Skelton & Kenneth Lindenfelser
- 2014-2015 Noah Hunsinger & Conor Skelton
- 2013-2014 Joseph Kropff & Rachel Peichert
- 2012-2013 Dominic Walker & Gabrielle Mariotti
- 2011-2012 Matthew Cook & Amanda Affigne
- 2010-2011 Meryl Stevenson & Katie Twohig
- 2008-2009 Nicolle Gameiro & Sarah Carta