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  • UC Funding Opportunities — Institute for Social Sciences
    California system that may be of special interest to UC Davis researchers in the Social Sciences UC Davis Academic Senate Grants Grants for Travel 800 and Small 2 000 and Larger 10 000 25 000 Research grants for members of the Academic Senate UC Davis Office of Research Funding Programs Principal Investigator Bridge Program 80 000 max Publication Assistance Fund 3 000 max and Proposal Preparation and Matching Funds Program equipment matches cost sharing project development support support for new research centers and programs for UC Davis Faculty UC Davis Hellman Fellows Program Designed to promote the scholarly growth of faculty members at the Assistant Professor rank who exhibit the potential for great academic distinction and for whom Hellman funding 10 000 50 000 can significantly stimulate productivity in research and other creative scholarly activities UC President s Faculty Research Fellowships in the Humanities Provides UC faculty with fellowship support to carry out an extended research project typically in conjunction with fellowship funds from extramural agencies campus grants or salary supplements and sabbatical leave UC Global Health Institute UCGHI GloCal Health Fellowships Career development fellowships for doctoral and professional students post doctoral fellows and junior faculty interested in studying diseases

    Original URL path: http://psychology.ucdavis.edu/iss/resources/uc-funding-opportunities (2016-01-26)
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  • Extramural Funding Opportunities — Institute for Social Sciences
    government sponsored or philanthropic sources of grants that can be used to customize your grant search can be found on the OR website as well as links to individual grant sponsors including many Federal Agencies State of California Agencies Non Profit Organizations and Private Foundations and the University of California OR s Research Funding System is an especially useful resource for identifying Funding Opportunities of Special Interest to UC Davis researchers and for submitting pre proposal applications to the Limited and Coordinated Submission programs managed by the OR staff To receive weekly updates of relevant funding opportunities subscribe to OR Listservs Other sources of information on funding sources from outside the UC system include The Humanities and Social Sciences ONLINE H Net A listing of current funding opportunities in the Social Sciences and Humanities National Science Foundation NSF Directorate for Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences SBE Through its Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences BCS Division of Social and Economic Sciences SES and the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities SMA NSF SBE supports research that builds fundamental knowledge of human behavior interaction and social and economic systems organizations and institutions National Institutes of Health NIH Office of Basic Behavioral Social Sciences Research OBSSR The OBSSR mission is to stimulate behavioral and social sciences research throughout NIH and to integrate these areas of research more fully into others of the NIH health research enterprise thereby improving our understanding treatment and prevention of disease National Institutes of Health NIH Opportunity Network OppNet OppNet is a trans NIH initiative that funds activities to build the collective body of knowledge about the nature of behavior and social systems and that deepen our understanding of basic mechanisms of behavioral and social processes all OppNet initiatives invite investigators to propose innovative research that will advance a

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  • Grants Calendar — Institute for Social Sciences
    9 2016 and February 9 and September 9 annually thereafter NSF Science of Science and Innovation Policy Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants SciSIP DDRIG Read More NSF Science of Science and Innovation Policy SciSIP The Science of Science Innovation Policy SciSIP program supports research designed to advance the scientific basis of science and innovation policy The SciSIP program invites the participation of researchers from all of the social behavioral and economic sciences as well as those working in domain specific applications such as chemistry biology physics or nanotechnology Deadlines February 9 2016 and September 9 2016 and February 9 and September 9 annually thereafter NSF Science of Science and Innovation Policy SciSIP Read More NSF Cognitive Neuroscience Grants The Cognitive Neuroscience Program within NSF s Directorate for Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences SBE seeks highly innovative and interdisciplinary proposals aimed at advancing a rigorous understanding of how the human brain supports thought perception affect action social processes and other aspects of cognition and behavior including how such processes develop and change in the brain and through time Full proposal target dates February 11 2016 August 13 2016 and February 11 and August 13 annually thereafter NSF Cognitive Neuroscience Grants Read More American Sociological Association Community Action Research Initiative The Sydney S Spivack Program in Applied Social Research and Social Policy encourages sociologists to undertake community action projects that bring social science knowledge methods and expertise to bear in addressing community identified issues and concerns ASA administers competitive CARI awards Deadline February 15 2016 February 15 annually thereafter American Sociological Association Community Action Research Initiative Read More NSF Cultivating Cultures for Ethical STEM CCE STEM Grants CCE STEM funds research projects that identify factors that are efficacious in the formation of ethical STEM researchers in all the fields of science and engineering that NSF supports CCE STEM research projects will use basic research to produce knowledge about what constitutes responsible or irresponsible just or unjust scientific practices and sociotechnical systems and how to best instill students with this knowledge Full Proposal Deadline Date February 16 2016 February 15 annually thereafter NSF Cultivating Cultures for Ethical STEM CCE STEM Grants Read More Resource Implementations for Data Intensive Research in the Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences RIDIR The NSF Directorate for Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences SBE seeks to support development of user friendly large scale next generation data resources and relevant analytic techniques to advance fundamental research in SBE areas of study Successful applicants will construct such databases and or relevant analytic techniques and produce a finished product that will enable new types of data intensive research Deadlines February 29 2016 February 27 2017 Resource Implementations for Data Intensive Research in the Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences RIDIR Read More Dirksen Congressional Center Research Grants The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on the U S Congress The competition is open to political scientists historians biographers scholars of public administration or American studies and journalists the Center encourages

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  • Center for International Data — Institute for Social Sciences
    sponsorship Submit Events to ISS Calendar Data Purchase Requests Resources Social Science Data Service Grant writing Support UC Funding Opportunities Extramural Funding Opportunities Grants Calendar Center for International Data ISS Journal News Features Videos Press Coverage About ISS Contact ISS Mission Staff Executive Committee ISS Fellows Affiliated Centers and Programs Research Affiliates You are here Home Resources Info Center for International Data The Center for International Data collects enhances creates and disseminates international economic data on the web and offline The center was established in 1999 and is directed by Robert Feenstra The center is housed at the Department of Economics at UC Davis The purpose of this center is to collect enhance create and disseminate international economic data including online and offline distribution Data sets include Penn World Table United States Import And Export Data United States Tariff Data World Import and Export Data Visit online at cid econ ucdavis edu Filed under Data Service Resources ISS Journal News More Upcoming Social Science Events Modern Iranian Women Writers Shaping the Cultural Imaginary More News Smith Reveals the Blood Inside Our Cell Phones More Updates SIGN UP FOR ISS NEWS Updates More Institute for Social Sciences SIGN UP FOR ISS

    Original URL path: http://psychology.ucdavis.edu/iss/resources/center-for-international-data-1 (2016-01-26)
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  • ISS Journal — Institute for Social Sciences
    Home Info ISS Journal An online magazine showcasing social sciences faculty research and events at UC Davis News All the latest social sciences happenings on campus News Read More Features In depth profiles of UC Davis social sciences faculty and their research Features Read More Videos Lectures seminars and presentations pushing the boundaries of social science watch them here Videos Read More Press Coverage A regularly updated archive of UC

    Original URL path: http://psychology.ucdavis.edu/iss/iss-journal (2016-01-26)
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  • Features — Institute for Social Sciences
    Read More Imprisonment Takes Long lasting Tolls on Children and Families By Alex Russell Children whose parents are in prison have worse health poorer school performance and are at a greater risk for depression anxiety asthma and HIV AIDS according to a policy brief released by the Center for Poverty Research at the University of California Davis Imprisonment Takes Long lasting Tolls on Children and Families Read More 21st Century Linguistics By Alex Russell Security on the Web has as much to do with the programmers writing code as it does with firewalls and virus protection Linguistics Associate Professor Raúl Aranovich studies language structure and theory and is working on a project for the NSF that could identify programmers most likely to write vulnerable code 21st Century Linguistics Read More GPS Tracking Shows Differences Between Human and Primate Societies By Alex Russell Compared to other animals humans have highly stratified societies Birds fish and other animals have this too as do other primates but it s not as pronounced as it is with humans UC Davis anthropologist Margaret Crofoot a member of the ISS Executive Committee is working to understand what primate societies can tell us about humans and also the changing global environment GPS Tracking Shows Differences Between Human and Primate Societies Read More Virtual Worlds and Their Carryovers into Reality By Alex Russell Jorge Peña an assistant professor of communication has recently been teaming up with researchers across disciplines to observe the impact that virtual experiences which includes playing video games can have on people in the real world Virtual Worlds and Their Carryovers into Reality Read More Doublets Network Analysis Reveals the Complexity of the English Language By Alex Russell Patrick Farrell a professor of linguistics recently wrapped up a joint project with statistics professor Fushing Hsieh that used a language game from the 1870s to build a visual representation of the English language as a network Doublets Network Analysis Reveals the Complexity of the English Language Read More Mating Market Trumps Biology in Relationships By Jeffrey Day The popularly held sexual stereotype concludes that men want as many partners as possible and women want stability and commitment But what men and women want from relationships also depends heavily on the supply of potential partners according to a University of California Davis study Mating Market Trumps Biology in Relationships Read More The Pink and Blue Toy Divide By Jeffrey Day As a child in the 1970s and 1980s Elizabeth Sweet played with a Lone Ranger action figure she d pair up with Barbie for outings in a toy Jeep Fisher Price Little People with their perfectly round heads and peglike bodies and Star Wars figures The Pink and Blue Toy Divide Read More This Grant Sent Jeremy Mikecz to Map the Spanish Conquest of Peru By Alex Russell Jeremy Mikecz a Ph D candidate in history at UC Davis won a National Science Foundation NSF grant this year for his project applying mapping technology to debunk myths

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  • Videos — Institute for Social Sciences
    May 1 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Simpson is an assistant professor of human ecology at UC Davis Expanding Access to Analyses Through Youth Data Literacy and Agency Read More Social Sciences Researching Us This roundtable discussion took place on May 1 2015 at UC Davis It includes Santiago Barreda Amanda Guyer Duncan Temple Lang and Cecilia Tsu The panel is moderated by Joseph Dumit Social Sciences Researching Us Read More Technology Changing Us This panel discussion took place on May 1 2015 at UC Davis It includes Caren Kaplan David Henkin and Carolyn Thomas The panel is moderated by Ellen Hartigan O Connor Technology Changing Us Read More Big Data Measuring Us This panel discussion took place on May 1 2015 at UC Davis It includes Martin Hilbert Justin Grimmer and Sheryl Ann Simpson The panel is moderated by Brad Jones Big Data Measuring Us Read More Technology and Teaching Or What Flips in the Flipped Classroom Carolyn Thomas delivered this talk on May 1 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Thomas is a professor of American studies at UC Davis Technology and Teaching Or What Flips in the Flipped Classroom Read More Technology Culture and Time David Henkin delivered this talk on May 1 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Henkin is a professor of history at UC Berkeley Technology Culture and Time Read More Measuring How Politicians and the Public Communicate Justin Grimmer delivered this talk on May 1 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Grimmer is an associate professor of political sciences at Stanford University Measuring How Politicians and the Public Communicate Read More The Theory Practice and Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences Martin Hilbert delivered this talk on May 1 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Hilbert is an assistant professor of communication at UC Davis The Theory Practice and Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences Read More 2015 ISS Conference Series Day 2 Opening Remarks Joseph Dumit delivered these opening remarks on April 24 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Dumit is the Director of the Institute for Social Sciences and a Professor of Science Technology Studies STS and of Anthropology at UC Davis 2015 ISS Conference Series Day 2 Opening Remarks Read More 2015 ISS Conference Series Opening Remarks George R Mangun delivered these opening remarks on April 24 2015 at the Institute for Social Sciences conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today Mangun is a distinguished professor of psychology and dean of the Division of Social Sciences at UC Davis 2015 ISS Conference Series Opening Remarks Read More Presence Bringing Your Boldest Self to

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  • Press Coverage — Institute for Social Sciences
    Towns 1 6 2016 Economics Professor Giovanni Peri in Foreign Policy Germany is Housing Refugees in Communist Ghost Towns Read More Samuel L Jackson Defends Use of Epithet in Hateful Eight 1 6 2016 History Professor Greg Downs in The New York Times Samuel L Jackson Defends Use of Epithet in Hateful Eight Read More Are You Addicted to Your Devices 1 6 2016 Associate Professor of Sociology Robert Faris in ABC10 Online Are You Addicted to Your Devices Read More Money Can t Buy You Self Esteem if You re a Woman 1 5 2016 Assistant Professor of Psychology Wiebke Bleidorn in Time Money Can t Buy You Self Esteem if You re a Woman Read More 5 Hacks for Making Your New Year s Resolutions Stick 12 31 2015 Psychology Professor Robert Emmons in The Huffington Post 5 Hacks for Making Your New Year s Resolutions Stick Read More The GOP s California Roots 1 3 2016 Professor of History Kathryn Olmsted in The LA Times The GOP s California Roots Read More Lego Builds Stronger Ties to Girls 12 29 2015 Lecturer in Sociology Elizabeth V Sweet in The Wall Street Journal Lego Builds Stronger Ties to Girls Read More Researchers Just Discovered a Hidden Factor that Could be Driving Violent Crimes 12 21 2015 Assistant Professor of Economics Eric Muehlegger in The Washington Post Researchers Just Discovered a Hidden Factor that Could be Driving Violent Crimes Read More The Ship of the Imagination 12 18 2015 History Professor Michael Saler in The Wall Street Journal The Ship of the Imagination Read More When Does Gratitude Bring Better Health 12 17 2015 Psychology Professor Robert Emmons in The Wall Street Journal When Does Gratitude Bring Better Health Read More How Trippy Version of Mariah Carey Christmas Hit Fools the Brain 12 17 2015 Psychology Professor Petr Janata in New Scientist How Trippy Version of Mariah Carey Christmas Hit Fools the Brain Read More Conservatism s Mythic Roots 12 15 2015 History Professor Kathryn Olmsted in The Wall Street Journal Conservatism s Mythic Roots Read More Here s What Happened the Last Time the US Welcomed a Huge Group of Refugees 12 15 2015 Economics Professor Giovanni Peri in Business Insider Here s What Happened the Last Time the US Welcomed a Huge Group of Refugees Read More Trump is Wrong About Undocumented Workers 12 14 2015 Economics Professor Giovanni Peri in The Huffington Post Trump is Wrong About Undocumented Workers Read More Are These 10 Lies Justified 12 14 2015 Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Gerald Dworkin in The New York Times Are These 10 Lies Justified Read More Right Out of California Review 12 14 2015 Professor of History Kathryn Olmsted in The New York Times Right Out of California Review Read More Trump Carson Have Until Spring to Launch Third Party Runs 12 12 2015 Professor of Political Science Walter J Stone in The Christian Science Monitor Trump Carson Have Until Spring to Launch Third Party

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