SSSPE Day 2014: New Directions in the Social Sciences

We invite you to join us for a formal exploration of new directions for research in the social sciences at Claremont Graduate University’s School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation. Faculty, staff, and students will convene on Friday, September 5th to learn about the cutting-edge research being done in the Department of Economics, Department of Politics, and the Department of Psychology. This event is free to the public, and we strongly encourage anyone that is interested in these topics to join us in-person or online. Current students, prospective students and alumni are particularly encouraged to attend.

Online Participation
For those unable to join us in person in Southern California this September, this special event will be webcast live in our state-of-the-art interactive online classroom (click here to see the computer requirements).

The online classroom software is compatible with both Mac and Windows computers. You will need to update Java, and we recommend an internet connection with an average download speet of 1mb/sec or greater. We recommend using the Firefox web browser. Headphones or speakers are required.

1:00 PM: Welcome and Introduction by SSSPE Dean Stewart Donaldson

1:15 PM: Paul Zak, New Directions in Economics

1:45 PM: Maritza Salazar, New Directions in the Behavioral and Organizational Sciences

2:15 PM: Break

2:45 PM: Heather Campbell, New Directions in Politics and Policy

3:15 PM: Michael Scriven, New Directions in Evaluation

3:45 PM: DPE Student Presentation: Galib Rustamov

4:00 PM: DBOS Student Presentations: Angela Mouton and Monica Montijo

4:15 PM: SSSPE Board Disscussion and Audience Participation

5:00 PM: Wine and Cheese Reception