Developing a research career can seem overwhelming! This webinar will focus on how to set priorities, make a long-range plan, and find […]
In the lead-up to the release of the final report of the University Accord next month, the author asks, ‘What is the current state of Australian higher education? And how did we get here?’
The fear that without proper constraints technologies may run amok has propelled many local governments to restrict such technologies. How are technology firms to respond to these local restrictions?
When Social Impact And Global University Rankings Collide: Successful Beginnings For African Universities
The authors have launched a new international, multi-institution and interdisciplinary research project. “African universities as enablers of social innovation and sustainable development” is funded by the Worldwide Universities Network.
This is the opening from a longer post by Adya Misra, the research integrity and inclusion manager at Social Science Space’s parent, Sage. The full post, which addresses the hows and the whys of bulk retractions in Sage’s academic journals, appears at Retraction Watch.
At the end of every interview that host David Edmonds conducts for the Social Science Bites podcast, he poses the same question: Whose work most influenced you? Those exchanges don’t appear in the regular podcast; we save them up and present them as quick-fire montages that in turn create a fascinating mosaic of the breadth and variety of the social and behavioral science enterprise itself.
Research impact will be the focus of a new webinar series from Epigeum, which provides online courses for universities and colleges. The […]