News Tagged as Social and Behavioral Sciences

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From Ideas to Action: Insights from SBS Symposium on Tackling the Housing Crisis

Apr 19, 2024

Delving into one of society’s most difficult challenges, the 2024 Social and Behavioral Sciences Symposium Series convened a discussion to generate new ideas on tackling the housing crisis. From

Trey Carlisle

Soka Alumni Isolde Pierce and Trey Carlisle Receive a Second Fulbright Fellowship

Jun 01, 2021

Last year, two Soka students–Trey Carlisle ’20 and Isolde Pierce ’20–were awarded Fulbright fellowships to conduct research and teach English abroad for a year. The pandemic disrupted their plans. But

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Western Psychological Association Conference 2019

Emma Grant-Dreher, class of 2019, and Shania Davis, class of 2018, report on their experience attending and presenting at the 2019 WPA conference.

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Fulbright Fellowship Advising Program

A new Fulbright Fellowship Advising program has been created at SUA to help advise students who are interested in being part of the Fulbright program.

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Western Political Science Association Conference 2019

Lana Lief, class of 2019, and Sofia Torres, class of 2019, report on their experience attending and presenting at the 2019 WPSA conference.

Ana at conference

Southern Political Science Association Conference 2019

Jan 17, 2019

Ana Schugurensky, class of 2020, reports on her experience attending and presenting at the 2019 SPSA conference.

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Meet the Author Series | Ted Lowe, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Nov 14, 2018

Professor Edward D. Lowe’s presentation “Whatever I have to Do That’s Right: Culture and the Precariousness of Personhood in a Poor Urban Neighborhood”, was derived from a special issue of Ethos

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Meet the Author Series | Sarah England, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Sep 19, 2018

The first Meet the Author event, honoring Professor Sarah England’s new book, Writing Terror on the Bodies of Women: Media Coverage of Violence against women in Guatemala, was held on Wednesday, Sept