CASBS Director Levi Receives 25th Annual Skytte Prize

Margaret Levi, the director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, today received one of the most prestigious awards in the social sciences, the Johan Skytte Prize in Political Science.

8 months ago

Carol Dweck Talks Mindset, Recognition and Advice for Young Scholars

Earlier this month, psychologist Carol Dweck, author of the 2006 bestseller ‘Mindset: The New Psychology of Success,’ received the 2019 SAGE-CASBS Award. Social Science Space asked the award winner a few questions about her work, how growth mindset has been received by various publics, and what advice she might give today’s young scholars.

8 months ago

CASBS Announces 2019-20 Fellows

The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University has announced its 2019-20 fellows class of […]

8 months ago

Call for Nominations for the 2018 CASBS-SAGE Awards

CASBS at Stanford University and SAGE Publishing are announcing nominations to the fifth annual SAGE-CASBS awards. The award goes to researchers who have made outstanding societal contributions by using social and behavioral research to address or understand vital social concerns.

2 years ago
William Julius Wilson

William Julius Wilson to Receive 2017 SAGE-CASBS Award

SAGE Publishing and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University will present sociologist William Julius Wilson, a leader for a half century in the study of race and inequality in the United States, the 2017 SAGE-CASBS Award.

3 years ago

CASBS, SAGE Seek to Honor Academics or Researchers With Policy Successes

“Research conducted in the social and behavioral sciences has the unique capacity to improve the human condition in a way that other sciences cannot. Social and behavioral scientists deserve to be recognized for the important impact of their work.” The SAGE-CASBS Award is an effort to do so.

3 years ago
Ziyad Marar

Making Interdisciplinarity the Norm

Ziyad Marar, the global publishing director for Social Science Space’s parent, SAGE Publishing, discusses the bright-ish future of interdisciplinary social research as his contribution to the annual questioned posed by the website.

4 years ago
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