The Sociology of Education Association (SEA) is an informal group of scholars
and educators from both the fields of sociology and education, who meet annually
to engage in discussion of issues at the intersection of sociology and education.
SEA exists outside of the formal structure of any of the major professional
associations. To belong to SEA you do not need to be a member of ASA, AERA,
or any other organization.
Membership in the Sociology of Education Association (SEA) is included in the SEA Annual Conference registration fees.
Conference registration is open each October. Please click on '2013 conference' for more information. Membership dues entitle you to the
Sociology of Education Association listserv, and newsletters or mailings.
To provide an
conference (held at
Asilomar on the Monterey Bay Peninsula, California) in which colleagues
from education, sociology, and other social sciences can
come together for discussion of topics of common interest.
To provide an
organizing vehicle for people interested in education
and sociology to get to know each other and to communicate
outside of the conference.
graduate students and new Ph.D.'s into this community
To serve as an
information conduit for persons interested in education
and sociology to hear about recent research, job openings,
and other news of interest to the membership.
University of Texas, Austin
Conference Program Chair:
New York University
University of California, Merced
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Board of Directors (Two-year Terms):
Robert Ream (Past President) (2013-2015)
Argun Saatcioglu (2013-2015)
University of Kansas
Elizabeth Stearns (2013-2015)
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Sarah Ovink (2012-2014)
Virginia Tech University
Andrew Penner (2012-2014)
University of California, Irvine
Stephanie Smith (2012-2014)
University of Florida