Philip Patino

Philip Patino works for the Social Sciences and PR department at SAGE Publishing. He is responsible for editing, managing and writing for the SAGE sites Social Science Space and Methods Space. With already two degrees in Environmental Science Resource Management and Communication Marketing, from CSU Channel Islands, he plans on continuing his education by obtaining a Masters degree.

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Recalling Some of Our Site’s Exceptional Women

In honor of International Woman’s Day, Social Science Space highlights some past posts from innovative leaders in social science, academics whose work continues to lead social science and academia into the future.

8 months ago
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Learning Through Citizen Science: Enhancing Opportunities by Design

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine established a committee of experts to conduct a study on how citizen science projects can be better designed to support science learning. The committee was tasked with identifying and describing existing citizen science, to develop a set of evidence-based principles to guide the design of citizen science projects.

8 months ago
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Social Science Space 2018 Round-Up

Last year Social Science Space presented more than 200 articles on the impact, infrastructure and industry surrounding social and behavioral science and research. Here we chose a few of special merit to highlight what went on in 2018. Click the links mentioned to review the full post and/or podcast.

10 months ago
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More Than A March: Evidence Supporters Gather in Chicago

March for Science wants to continue the momentum from their global marches with the first ever March for Science three-day summit aimed at teaching community organizing and communication skills, and advocacy. The event, called the S|IGNS SUMMIT, will be held starting on July 6 in Chicago.

1 year ago
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March for Science II Set for This Saturday

“We do not merely react to the problems of today, we look forward, aspiring toward an inclusive, integrated vision for the future of science and science policy.” Dont miss out on the March for Science. At least 230 satellite marches around the world this year, with the main March for Science taking place in Washington, D.C. This Saturday, April 14th.

2 years ago
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Social Science Space 2017 Round Up

Last year Social Science Space presented more than 200 articles on the impact, infrastructure and industry surrounding social and behavioral science and research. Looking back over those articles, we’ve chosen a few of special merit. Social Science Space plans to continue to provide the latest that the new year has to offer. Stay up to date with us to see what is in store.

2 years ago
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