Issue 1 • Volume 22 • January 2014

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Getting Ready for Portland

The Portland meetings are just over two months away.  If you haven’t already done so, we hope that you’ll get registered for the meetings, make your hotel reservation, and finalize your travel plans to the Rose City.  Over 1000 participants from 40 different states and the District of Columbia will be attending this meeting.  We are also delighted to welcome numerous international scholars who will be joining us from over 15 different countries.  The PSA meetings are the place to be in 2014.

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Annual Meeting News!

85th  Annual Meeting Portland, Oregon
March 27-30, 2014
THEME: (Un)Changing Institutions: 
Work, Family, and Gender in the New Economy

The Preliminary Program and Participant Index are available at online!

To access the Preliminary Program and Index, please visit the Annual Meeting Homepage: http://pacificsoc.typepad.com/psa2014/. Please inform us at psa@humboldt.edu of errors and cancellations!

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Preparing for Changes in the MCAT Exam—Opportunities and Challenges for Sociology Programs

In the Spring of 2015, a new version of the MCAT® exam will be in place.  One quarter of the exam focuses upon material from the social sciences, particularly sociology and psychology.   All of the students who are currently in their first and second years of college will take this new version of the exam.  Many medical schools are considering requiring introductory sociology for admission.  These changes could have a significant impact upon course enrollments in sociology.  This workshop focuses upon these changes and how we can best serve our students who hope to apply to medical school.

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Please inform us of email, telephone, or address changes at psa@humboldt.edu. Visit www.pacificsoc.org to keep your membership up-to-date and to pre-register for the 2014 meeting.

 


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