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June 12, 2019 984

COSSA works to promote the value of our sciences to a variety of audiences, including Congress, the White House, Executive Branch agencies, and the public. We use tangible examples from the social and behavioral sciences whenever possible to make the case that federal investment in these sciences is not only a wise use of taxpayer dollars, but that this research yields results that make the nation and world healthier, safer, and more prosperous. We are asking for the social science community to submit stories of social sciences successes, whether it be advances in research, an example of how social science is being used effectively in your community, an educational experience or teacher who shaped the trajectory of your social science career, or any other experience or activity that showcases the many positive impacts the social and behavioral sciences make to all aspects of life. We want—and can use—any and all stories that make our case. Please fill out the form below to share your story with COSSA. Your submission will only be viewable by the COSSA staff; we will contact you if we are interested in using your story in any of our public materials.

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The Consortium of Social Science Associations have a been a long standing partner with SAGE Publishing and Social Science Space. If you would like to learn more about how to share your story or about COSSA click the link below.

https://www.cossa.org/share-your-story/

The Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) is an advocacy organization that promotes attention to and U.S. government funding for the social and behavioral sciences. It serves as a bridge between the academic research community and the Washington policy-making community. Its members consist of more than 100 professional associations, scientific societies, universities, and research centers and institutes.

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