Author: Social Science Space

Martin Luther King’s Jr. Advice to Social and Behavioral Scientists
International Debate
January 15, 2021

Martin Luther King’s Jr. Advice to Social and Behavioral Scientists

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NSF Seeks Social and Behavioral Proposals on Future of Work
Announcements
January 14, 2021

NSF Seeks Social and Behavioral Proposals on Future of Work

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Video: Social Influence in the Age of COVID
Resources
January 13, 2021

Video: Social Influence in the Age of COVID

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APSA Condemns Trump After D.C. Insurrection
Announcements
January 7, 2021

APSA Condemns Trump After D.C. Insurrection

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COSSA Offers Social Science Recommendations to New US President

COSSA Offers Social Science Recommendations to New US President

In December, the Consortium of Social Science Associations, an umbrella organization that has served as a united voice in Washington, D.C. for […]

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The Social Science Podcast Guide

The Social Science Podcast Guide

This compilation of podcast series covers a host of topics and focus on specific subjects that pertain to the social and behavioral […]

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Watch the Webinar: Publishing Trends and Academic Writers

Watch the Webinar: Publishing Trends and Academic Writers

From scholarly article to practical guides, from textbooks to media, from weighty tomes to tweets, researchers and academic writers have many options […]

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Layard Receives Lifetime Achievement Award as ESRC Names 2020 Impact Winners

Layard Receives Lifetime Achievement Award as ESRC Names 2020 Impact Winners

Britain’s Celebrating Impact competition, now in its eighth year, recognizes and rewards ESRC-funded researchers who have achieved impact through outstanding research, knowledge exchange activities, collaborative partnerships and engagement with different communities.

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Senate Appropriations Panel Submits Budget for Science Agency

Senate Appropriations Panel Submits Budget for Science Agency

Although the presidential election sucked all the available oxygen out of America’s body politic, the business of running the government is returning […]

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Watch Online Conversation on ‘Reimagining Schools’

Watch Online Conversation on ‘Reimagining Schools’

Given the turmoil that 2020 has brought to the world, can we “move beyond analysis to impact”? That was a question that animated the debut online event for the “Reimagining Social Institutions” series – “Reimagining Schools.”

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Competition: Share Your Story of Research Impact

Competition: Share Your Story of Research Impact

As social and behavioral researchers, we expect you have a story you could tell about your work and what it’s meant to the world outside your laptop. We’re giving you the chance to share that story in our second annual Impact Storytelling Contest, with a $500 prize for each winning submission and the opportunity to get your impact story heard.

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ESRC Names 2020 Finalists for Celebrating Impact Prize

ESRC Names 2020 Finalists for Celebrating Impact Prize

Britain’s Economic and Social Research Council has named nine professors and two teams of researchers as finalists in its Celebrating Impact Prize […]

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