Sociology at CUA
Catholic Social Justice | A More Just World
The Department of Sociology at The Catholic Univerity of America is dedicated to the study of human dignity and social activity – thinking systematically and critically about society from a Catholic Social Justice perspective. Our faculty publish in fields ranging from family and immigration to criminology, gender, and ethnicity. While our critical approaches vary widely, we share a love of sociology research and a dual commitment to scholarship and teaching.
The curriculum provides CUA sociology students with a strong grounding in three principal fields: crime and justice, global and comparative processes, and public policy analysis. Students not interested in any of these fields can major in general sociology.
Sandra Villegas, class of 2015, graduated from her M.A. in Sociology and is working as a HERO Program Associate at College Success Foundation.
Enrique S. Pumar, Chair Department of Sociology
103B Aquinas Hall
The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064
Phone: (202) 319-5941/5445
Fax: (202) 319-4980
We would be happy to respond to your questions about the program via e-mail.
- The Saga of Pedro Pan Minors. Child Migration from Cuba and the Role of the Catholic Church Roundtable. February 9, 2017.
- Ellen Conn is the recipient the 2017 William Joseph Kerby Award for Outstanding Achievement by a graduating senior.
- Daniel Toulson received the 2016 Irene B. Taeuber Graduate Student Paper Award from the DC Sociological Society.
- Dr. Brandon Vaidyanathan Brown Bag. February 21.
- Dr. Sandra Hanson published The American Dream among Latinos/as. Texas A&M University Press.
- Ryan Serabian, a former student, was published by The Clarion Project.