Archives for May, 2022

‘Belonging’ on Campus: Three Ways to Make it So
Higher Education Reform
May 9, 2022

‘Belonging’ on Campus: Three Ways to Make it So

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Another COVID Casualty: Pew Examines Americans’ View of Science
Industry
May 5, 2022

Another COVID Casualty: Pew Examines Americans’ View of Science

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Dispatches from Social and Behavioral Scientists on COVID
Interdisciplinarity
May 5, 2022

Dispatches from Social and Behavioral Scientists on COVID

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SSRC, NSF Team Up To Examine Impact of Public Health Guidance
Announcements
May 4, 2022

SSRC, NSF Team Up To Examine Impact of Public Health Guidance

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Preparing the Next Generation of Graduates Using Interdisciplinary Team-Based Learning 

Preparing the Next Generation of Graduates Using Interdisciplinary Team-Based Learning 

Professional bodies and industry leaders often suggest there’s a mismatch between the theoretical knowledge students acquire at university and the skills they […]

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Patients Can Benefit When Psychologists Open Up About Their Own Mental Illnesses

Patients Can Benefit When Psychologists Open Up About Their Own Mental Illnesses

the authors’ research finds that, far from being immune to the conditions they treat in others, psychologists grapple with mental health difficulties or illnesses just as much as their patients do.

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David Williams on ‘The Virus of Racism’ at OBSSR’s Annual Matilda White Riley Event

David Williams on ‘The Virus of Racism’ at OBSSR’s Annual Matilda White Riley Event

Sociologist David R. Williams will address “The Virus of Racism” for the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research annual celebration of the legacy of Matilda White Riley.

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Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

Wouter van de Klippe, Alfredo Yegros, Tim Willemse and Ismael Rafols discuss their mixed methods research into prioritization in mental health research, using expert focus groups and bibliometric data to explore how perceptions of where the field should be heading, differ from current research priorities and how different countries have developed different research priorities in this area. 

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Watch the 2022 SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture: Jennifer Richeson on the Myth of Racial Progress

Watch the 2022 SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture: Jennifer Richeson on the Myth of Racial Progress

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The problem with this myth of racial equality in the United States, argues Jennifer Richeson, is that is shapes what we see and how we perceive the actual state of racial inequality.

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Sheila Jasanoff on Science and Technology Studies

Sheila Jasanoff on Science and Technology Studies

Sheila Jasanoff is a pioneer in the field of STS. That acronym can be unpacked as either ‘science and technology studies’ or ‘science, technology and society.’ Jasanoff — who describes herself as a sociologist of knowledge and a constructivist, trained in law, working in the tradition of the interpretive social sciences – is content with either use.

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