A study of state repression/human rights violation and the circumstances involved with their use as it steps away from the largely invariant structural characteristics highlighted within the existing literature.
A one-day interdisciplinary workshop to specify how and where research on genetics, cognition, and social behavior will generate transformative scientific practices, scholarly infrastructure, and widely relevant findings of high social value.
The workshop enabled university-based scholars and data-focused program directors to improve policy and the delivery of both formal and informal educational services throughout the nation.
This project’s central aim was the training of the next generation of international social scientists.
This project continues efforts by the Society for Political Methodology to support under-funded graduate students, expand mentoring and networking eﬀorts for women and under-represented minorities, and to develop new inclusive programs for making the subﬁeld more accessible to groups with historically lower participation in the activities of the subﬁeld.