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Graduate School Panel
Three Department of Sociology faculty and three alumni gave current students invaluable advice on getting into and succeeding in graduate school. The event was held Thursday, October 13 at The Bonnie. Gabriella Smith (right), Instructor of Sociology, received her M.A. from the University of Kansas inn 2009.
Amy Dove graduated from Radford University's Sociology program in 2011 and currently is in the Counselor Education Masters of Arts in Education program at Virginia Tech.
Dr. Allison Wisecup received her Ph.D. from Duke University in 2011 and is now Assistant Professor of Sociology at Radford.
Alex Williams (at center), is a 2010 graduate of Radford's Sociology program and currently is in the Public Administration Master's program at the Center for Public Administration and Policy at Virginia Tech.
Aysha Bodenhamer is a 2010 graduate of Radford's Sociology program, and currently is in the Sociology Ph.D. program at North Carolina State University with concentrations in rural communities nad global change and development, where she also was awarded a Teaching Assistantship.
Dr. Carole Seyfrit is Professor of Sociology and Department Advisor at Radford University, as well as a former dean of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies at Radford. Before coming to Radford, she was Assistant Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies at Old Dominion University. Dr. Seyfrit received her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.