The Social Sciences Research Network at the University of California, Irvine fosters innovative, interdisciplinary research surrounding core social and analytic problems and advances the development of new tools for social policy and research.
Key focus areas include democracy, globalization, immigration, population, peace and conflict, organizations, cognition and perception, ethics, money and finance, mathematical behavioral science, ethnography and demography.
Human Capital, Inequality, and Economic Growth
June 6, 2018
Social Sciences Undergrad Commencement Ceremony 2
June 15, 2018
Graduate Hooding Ceremony
June 16, 2018
A hunger for justice
July 18, 2018
How Malak Kudaimi, '18 international studies and public health, is battling against food insecurity
U.S. Department of Education awards $10 million grant to launch multi-university research center on national school choice
July 17, 2018
National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice to include leading researchers from UC Irvine and more than a dozen other U.S. universities and organizations