Month: November 2013

Thanksgiving Holiday Reading

As the United States celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday today, here’s a selection of Book Reviews for your post-Turkey reading! Book […]

9 years ago

All hands are tied

Earlier this month, Senator Elizabeth Warren made some riveting remarks in support of the social sciences at the annual COSSA Colloquium in Washington, D.C. Her personal and passionate address reminded the room full of social scientists that there are others outside of academia who champion our work and that there are some on Capitol Hill who utilize it as a valued resource. While reading her words may not depict her tone of urgency and enthusiasm, we are happy to provide a full transcript below.

9 years ago

What Is the Future of Work?

Social media, new technologies, millennials and mobility: where will it lead us and how can we prepare? We’re pleased to […]

9 years ago

MOOCs: Fad or Revolution?

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) have exploded over the past year, arousing a great deal of interest. Seen as a […]

9 years ago

Required Reading

We’re pleased to let you know about an important new title from SAGE Publications: Enhancing Evaluation Use by Marlène Läubli Loud and […]

9 years ago

Fighting Back on Capitol Hill

A recent article published in Nature reports some of the efforts that the Social and Behavioral Science Community have made to defend funding of social science research on Capitol Hill.

9 years ago