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.
Competitive campus program will give recipients advanced training in pedagogy, educational development, and job market preparation
March 20, 2019
How sociology grad student Vanessa Kauffman's passion for social change fuels her research on women and minority participation in biomedical research