Project-based course in which undergraduate and graduate students work collaboratively to produce a significant public-facing research product drawing on sociological contexts and methods. Topics vary depending on section. Students will gain a conceptual understanding of the project topic, develop research plans, conduct new research, and develop a final product containing significant analysis and interpretation (e.g., exhibits, databases, white papers, data visualizations). Graduate students will mentor undergraduate students and take leadership roles in facilitating projects. Some courses will continue in a two-semester sequence. Instructor consent required.