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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.

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Campaign for Social Science Adds Four to Board

Britain’s Campaign for Social Science has announced the appointment of four new board members, drawing on extensive research, public policy and practitioner social science expertise.

2 years ago
Bob Hauser

Holiday Gift Idea: Hauser Fund Supports Bringing Evidence to Policy

The Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, or DBASSE, of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has an idea for giving social science a little extra oomph on the policy front — giving a gift to the Hauser Policy Impact Fund.

2 years ago
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FABBS Honors Six Impactful Early Career Scientists

The Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences has named six winners of its 2017 Early Career Impact Award. The award goes to early career scientists of FABBS member societies who have made major contributions to the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior, and who are within the 10 years of having received their PhD.

2 years ago

What Can You Tell Us about Networks Today?

Sara Miller McCune, the founder of SAGE Publishing, has a question for the Social Science Space community: What does more recent research (especially research from the 21st century, and/or research taking into account the influence of social media) tell us about networks?

2 years ago
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