WISCONSIN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

To stimulate discussion, encourage research, improve instruction, and promote local to international interdisciplinary collaboration.

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WSA has been a long-standing tradition in the Sociology Department at UW-Whitewater. I encourage all Wisconsin sociologists to get involved in this important organization.

WSA has been a long-standing tradition in the Sociology Department at UW-Whitewater. I encourage all Wisconsin sociologists to get involved in this important organization.

Dr. Ron Berger

UW-Whitewater

Dr. Ron Berger

UW-Whitewater

WSA has provided a venue for Carthage College students to present research in a professional manner, attend awards ceremonies and meet with faculty and students around the state. For many of us, WSA is a superb introduction to professional conferences and networks in a non-threatening, supportive and lively format.

Dr. Wayne Thompson

Carthage College

We invite you to [re]join the Wisconsin Sociology Association, a state-wide organization dedicated to bringing Wisconsin scholars together to share teaching, service, and research ideas with one another. Membership begins with each academic year on September 1 and runs through August 31.

Joining this organization brings many benefits:

  • Interdisciplinary, including Sociology, Anthropology, Criminology and other social sciences.
  • Announcements for our annual meetings where you may share your latest work and ideas and  mingle with other WI scholars.
  • A subscription to Sociological Imagination, our association's peer-reviewed journal.
  • The Roster of Member Sociologists, a contact list of other scholars (who opt in).
  • Networking activities and opportunities with fantastic people.
  • An association newsletter with helpful tidbits and announcements for opportunities for you.
  • Its manageable size, while bringing great reward.
  • A venue for both students and faculty to gain experience and understanding in the social sciences, present their work, and meet with other scholars in the state.


Join today and begin receiving these benefits!