Calling for all Sociology majors and FASS students with a strong interest in Sociology!

The NUS Sociology Students’ Society invites you to join our 42nd Management Committee for AY 2009/2010. Come down and join our vibrant community as we experience an unforgettable year of work and fun. So make your way down to our elections next Friday @ LT14. The details are as follows:

Event: NUS Sociology Students’ Society AGM/Elections 2009  

Date: 04 September 2009

Venue: LT 14 (near Bizad) 

Time: Please be seated by 1815hrs (6.15pm)

Eligibility: Sociology majors AND any FASS student with a strong interest in Sociology. Freshmen who wish to major in Sociology are welcome. 

Nominations: Nominations will be carried out on elections day itself.

Attire: All potential candidates to be in smart casual (i.e. no slippers and berms/shorts allowed).  

Positions available:

Executive Committee
Honourary Treasurer (at least 21 yrs old)
Honourary General Secretary
Management Committee
Organizing Director + 3X Deputy Directors
Publicity Director + 3X Deputy Directors
Marketing Director + 3X Deputy Directors


For more information, please join our Facebook group @ 

Alternatively, you may wish to contact Wilson @


Sociolo Royale Poster


Ladies and Gentlemen!

NUS Sociology Society proudly presents to you Sociology Camp 2009! The theme for this edition is Sociolo Royale, an obvious reference to our favourite British spy’s 2006 film Casino Royale. To be held from 14th July to 17th July, this is an unmissable opportunity for all freshmen to have fun and learn more about their new environment. Participants have to pay a one-time registration fee of $40 upfront. Register with us now! Further updates will be posted shortly.

Proudly brought to you by our sponsors:

Social Development Unit
Coca Cola Zero
Pukka Ice Cream
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Chapter 2
Bausch & Lomb
The Heeren Shops
Paper Innovations
Readers’ Digest
Acnes Medical Skincare
Eng Wah Cinemas
Land Transport Authority
Botak Jones
Public Utilities Board

White Day 2009 has come and gone, and the society would like to thank everyone who came down to help us, support us and hung out with us (:
Click here to check out the pictures from White Day!

NUS Sociology Society will be holding a career talk, featuring guest speakers from Ministry of Education, Prudential and People’s Association!

For those interested to learn more, please come down for our career talk! Your future is in your hands (:

Date: 18th March 2009, Wednesday
Venue: LT14
Time: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Refreshments will be provided after the talk, so do come down!! See you there!


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Come down to the Bazaar at the Central Forum from 10/09-12/09, organized by Sociology Society, and take part in our SubComm Recruitment Drive! Details as follows (on our spiffy posters which will be all around school!):

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