Archives for May, 2021

Why is Interdisciplinary Research on Race and Racism So Important?
Interdisciplinarity
May 31, 2021

Why is Interdisciplinary Research on Race and Racism So Important?

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Universities Are More than Their Score in Rankings Tables
Infrastructure
May 28, 2021

Universities Are More than Their Score in Rankings Tables

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Survey Experts Still Scratching Heads Over Trump-Biden Polling Fails
Industry
May 28, 2021

Survey Experts Still Scratching Heads Over Trump-Biden Polling Fails

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Oliver Laasch Debut Guest on Business and Management Webinar Series
Business and Management INK
May 28, 2021

Oliver Laasch Debut Guest on Business and Management Webinar Series

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Is Science Communication Training Worth the Candle?

Is Science Communication Training Worth the Candle?

Most science communication training programs query participants and get positive responses. But more probing research has shown that students consistently overestimate how well they perform.

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AERA Offers Summer Series of Professional Development Courses

AERA Offers Summer Series of Professional Development Courses

For a second summer, the American Educational Research Association is offering a series of online courses for researchers on using data, software and productivity tools in research.

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Why Social Science? Leaders Need to Know How to Lead with Evidence

Why Social Science? Leaders Need to Know How to Lead with Evidence

Being bad at math can kill people. Even experts who should understand medical science and help us make good health decisions sometimes […]

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Webinars: Connecting Public Scholarship with U.S. Government

Webinars: Connecting Public Scholarship with U.S. Government

This June, the Federation of Associations for Behavioral and Brain Sciences, in collaboration with the Scholars Strategy Network, are offering a webinar series on public scholarship.

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Why Social Science? Understanding How We Talk about Asian Americans

Why Social Science? Understanding How We Talk about Asian Americans

Just over two months ago, a white male entered three Asian-owned spas in the Atlanta area, and in the ensuing carnage, took […]

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Threading the Needle: Balancing Core Values in Servicescapes

Threading the Needle: Balancing Core Values in Servicescapes

How can service providers serve both customers’ security and their need for autonomy? In a study of the nursing homes, the authors tackle that question.

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Event: Canadian Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

Event: Canadian Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

For the first time, the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences – Canada’s largest industry event and one of most comprehensive […]

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Why Don’t Multi-National Initiatives Always Work Equally in All Locations?

Why Don’t Multi-National Initiatives Always Work Equally in All Locations?

The enterprise had experienced governance issues in some territories and efforts to roll out a global ethical conduct program proved less effective in certain parts of the world than in others. This could not just be ascribed to local execution or lack thereof, so I became intrigued to understand and explain this.

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