Teaching for America
As Teach For America turns 25, CEO Elisa Villanueva Beard '98, a sociology major at DePauw, talks with NPR.Read More
You've heard of anthropology and sociology before. Maybe you've even taken a class on one (or both). But what makes these disciplines so important? Discover what these siblings of social science have to offer.Read More
Do you want to do research? Study abroad? Explore resources available to support sociology and anthropology majors.Read More
Sociologists and anthropologists study human social interaction and cultural practices. We identify patterns of everyday life and consider, broadly, why people behave as they do. Sociology and anthropology are distinct from other social sciences in their holistic approach to the study of human life—encompassing social, cultural, economic, political, and psychological aspects.