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The American Sociological Association seeks applications from exceptional undergraduate students who wish to be considered for the 2012 ASA Honors Program, which is highlighted at the ASA Annual Meeting.
Honors Program students come to the Annual Meeting and experience a laboratory on the profession. They participate actively in special sessions designed just for them, and develop valuable networks with their peers as well as meet prominent professionals in the discipline. Taking part in the ASA Honors Program provides a significant and meaningful early experience in the careers of the next generation of sociologists.
Participation in the Honors Program requires nomination and, later, sponsorship, by a sociology faculty member at your college or university.
Interested students and prospective faculty sponsors are encouraged to consult the ASA website at www.asanet.org (click on “Teaching & Learning” and then “Students: Undergraduate”) for additional information and an application form. Questions? Contact Dr. Dennis M. Rome, Director, ASA Honors Program (firstname.lastname@example.org).