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Social Sciences - Undergraduate Programs

The undergraduate Social Sciences programs enable you to attain the knowledge and critical thinking skills required for leadership in education, politics, global studies and human services.

Andrea Nunes and Kimm Topping win Kingston-Mann Essay Awards

"It is our responsibility to be conscious consumers and use our power to end the unnecessary suffering that goes into the production of so many of the products we buy." --Andrea Nunes

"This work is truly about providing space - space for participants to voice stigmatization, identity, struggles, and personal strength through narrative."--Kimm Topping, "Bi, Pan, Queen: Narratives of Identity"

Twenty-Six Students travel to Japan to study "Trans-generational Identities in Japan: The Role of Anime and Manga"

Professors Brandon Strathmann in Animation and Kazuyo Kubo in Sociology designed this travel course to take place in January. Students will be hosted by Osaka University of Commerce (OUC) and will travel to historic sites and museums outside of the city.

The Girlhood Project


The Girlhood Project brings together middle school girls and Lesley student mentors to examine issues of identity, body image, and media culture.

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Transfer Information Sessions

undergrad-females-sitting-outside-bannerWe think transferring here to finish your bachelor's degree is a great choice.

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