Graduate Student Workshop | Science Technology and Policy | Dec. 5 | 5:30 pm | NEW LOCATION: Campus Center Room 165-69
Panelists Brendan O'Connor (UMass | Computer Science), Claire Wardle (Columbia University | Journalism) and Wayne Xu (UMass | Political Science) settle in for lively discussion of social science research using social media - 10.26.2016
Please register on our Events page for this engaging and supportive event!
Weighing the options for #ReskillingAmerica with UMass Provost Kathy Newman and Hella Winston | Sept. 9, 2016
Dean Robinson (Political Science) introduces March 25 panel on Social Science Research Methods Affirming Black Lives Matter
Interdisciplinary working group on Environment and Sustainability Research - January 20 2016
Crowded house at ISSR's November 6 panel on Climate Change, Sustainability, and Social Science Research
In the Social Science Research Council's online forum Items, ISSR Director Laurel Smith-Doerr (UMass|Sociology) and Jennifer Croissant (University of Arizona|Sociology) discuss the catch-22 that confronts women when it comes to collaboration in scientific research.
Linda Tropp (UMass Amherst | Psychological & Brain Sciences) and her co-author Eric Knowles (New York University | Psychology) are making waves with their latest article in The Conversation, an important forum translating social science research for public and policy impact.
The State Science & Technology Institute (SSTI), with financial support from NSF SciSIP, is hosting a Colloquium on Science and Innovation Policy Research and Practice connecting research and practice in science and innovation policy as part of SSTI's 2016 Annual Conference <http://2016.ssticonference.org/>November 1-3 in Columbus, Ohio. Scholarships, including funds toward travel costs, are available to support 8-10 graduate students to participate in the conference and colloquium.