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Welcome to the WSU Sociology Wiki!


This is a space to share resources to be successful as a graduate student at WSU, to be the best instructor you can be, and/or to get through the tricky points of living in rural Washington.  You can post items yourself, just ask around for the password (sent out over gradforum in 2017). 


Below are the current active and updated pages of this website (6/2018) and along the side of the wiki are archived pages that we are working on updating. Your input fixing these pages is appreciated!! 


Teaching Resources

General tips & resources


New Graduate Student Guide

The Sociology Department

The Graduate School

The University (facilities and programs)

The Pullman/Moscow Area



Sociology Graduate Student Organization Handbook 2017.pdf 


Meeting Minutes (Needs to be Created)


SGSO Committees (Needs Editing)


Other Groups:

Quantitative Methods Group  

Theory Reading Group:



Other Resources: 


Past Area Papers


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