SAGE 2019 Awards

The 11th annual SAGE Student Research Conference featured almost 200 poster presentations and 40 oral presentations. Many faculty, staff, and students served as volunteers and judges to help make the SAGE conference a success. In particular, we give special thanks to Betty Ortiz and Michelle Hasendonckx for their dedication. Without them, SAGE would not be….

Resources for SAGE

The SAGE Student Research Conference is right around the corner. To help students prepare the Student Research Advisory Committee has created a resource page. Information and advice about the poster and oral presentation judging, and tips for a successful presentation, can be found on the resource page. by

Geographies of Change and Persistence

Luis Sanchez, Assistant Professor of Sociology, invested his summer working with undergraduate Sociology students Lupita Jasso, Melanie Recendiz, and Armon Sanders. Professor Sanchez and his team examined demographic change in Ventura County using US Census data and Geographic Information Systems technology. Among their findings were: Ventura County has become more diverse since 1980, yet it….