Seth Goldman, communication, has been selected as a Russell Sage Foundation (RSF) Visiting Scholar for 2024-2025. Goldman will be in residence in New York City to work on an RSF grant-supported study co-authored by UMass Amherst colleagues Linda Tropp, psychology, and Tatishe Nteta, political science, on how Americans, especially people of color, are responding to increasing racial and ethnic diversity. 

The Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholars program allows selected scholars to pursue research and writing projects that reflect the foundation's commitment to strengthening the social sciences and conducting research "for the improvement of social and living conditions in the United States." In addition to the Visiting Scholars program, RSF provides support for research projects that advance the foundation's mission, encourages access to research via a book and journal publishing program, and collaborates with other entities to further the study of social issues. 

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