Urgent Call for Feedback by Sept 17 | Proposed changes to Census data collection

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Do you use census data?  Now is your opportunity to ensure continued access to the data products that are important for your work.The American Sociological Association urges you to submit your comment on proposed changes to the U.S. Census Bureau data products. The period for submitting comments to the Federal Register ends September 17. See the ASA call for input for details to register your voice.

Free Online Mathematica Trainings

Mathematica is available at University of Massachusetts at Amherst, so Wolfram is holding a free training for students to get up to speed with the software. Faculty love this training because students can complete it outside of class, freeing up class time that would normally be spent introducing Mathematica. If you're teaching this semester, please add this invitation to the list of resources on your course page (or even check it out for yourself)!

ISSR Scholar Katherine L. Dixon-Gordon presented Early Career Psychologist Award from National Register of Health Service Psychologists

Katherine Dixon-Gordon

Please join us in congratulating Katherine L. Dixon-Gordon (Assistant Professor | Psychological and Brain Sciences) on her selection for the 2018 Judy E. Hall, PhD, Early Career Psychologist Award. This award, presented by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists, is named after Judy E. Hall, PhD, the Executive Officer of the National Register from 1990 to 2013. The award recognizes excellence in a National Register credentialed psychologist with fewer than ten years of postdoctoral experience, and the associated $2,500 stipend supports a project that advances the mission, vision, and values of the National Register.

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