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New Tool Promotes Responsible Hiring, Promotion, and Tenure in Research Institutions
Tools
March 7, 2024

New Tool Promotes Responsible Hiring, Promotion, and Tenure in Research Institutions

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New Dataset Collects Instances of ‘Contentious Politics’ Around the World
Resources
December 13, 2023

New Dataset Collects Instances of ‘Contentious Politics’ Around the World

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Matchmaking Research to Policy: Introducing Britain’s Areas of Research Interest Database
Impact
November 2, 2023

Matchmaking Research to Policy: Introducing Britain’s Areas of Research Interest Database

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How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education 
Communication
December 7, 2022

How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education 

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An Introvert’s Guide to Academic Networking and Hybrid Events

An Introvert’s Guide to Academic Networking and Hybrid Events

As academic conferences and events re-emerge after a period of COVID-19 induced absence, Mark Carrigan, takes stock of the new post-pandemic world of academic meetings and provides four strategies for how academics can productively navigate and build networks in a world of hybrid interactions.

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Banning Books Threatens the Freedom to Read

Banning Books Threatens the Freedom to Read

Banned Books Week is an annual event, typically held the last week of September, celebrating the freedom to read. The celebration sponsored […]

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A How-To: Funding Opportunities for Minority-Serving Institutions at the NSF

A How-To: Funding Opportunities for Minority-Serving Institutions at the NSF

The U.S. National Science Foundation has many programs designed to support researchers at minority-serving institutions and broaden participation of outstanding researchers from across a diverse group of regions, institutions and demographic groups. Here’s some tips on accessing those options.

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A Micro Syllabus on Asian American Experiences and Politics

A Micro Syllabus on Asian American Experiences and Politics

Un-modeling the ‘model minority’ — a term often used to describe Asian American populations in the United States — is a crucial […]

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Status List of 2021 Social and Behavioral Science Conferences

Status List of 2021 Social and Behavioral Science Conferences

Amid the ongoing pandemic, venues and events around the world are slowly reopening while others continue to remain online. Conferences in the […]

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Video and Audio Resources on Structural Racism

Video and Audio Resources on Structural Racism

Free webinar: Having conversations about race in the classroom Professor of criminal justice Stephanie A. Jirard offers suggestions on how to approach […]

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How to Read and Understand a Scientific Paper

How to Read and Understand a Scientific Paper

From vaccinations to climate change, getting science wrong has very real consequences. But journal articles, a primary way science is communicated in […]

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Webinar: Tools for Coding Qualitative Data

Webinar: Tools for Coding Qualitative Data

After conducting qualitative interviews, how do you analyze and make sense of the data? Join a free online tutorial to get an […]

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