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Colloquium Series

Spring 2019 Schedule

Time: 1:30pm in 102 Mann (unless otherwise noted)

September 2019

  • September 16: Second Year Project Poster Session in the Hub (4th floor of Mann Library Building)

October 2019

  • October 7: Dr. Julia Corbett, University of Utah
  • October 17: Dr. David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara (co-sponsored with the Roper Center; 1:30-2:45pm, 655 Rhodes Hall)

November 2019

  • November 4: Dr. Noah Feinstein, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • November 18: Dr. MC Forelle, Cornell Tech

December 2019

  • December 2: Dr. René Kizilcec, Cornell University

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Jeff Niederdeppe wins Research and Extension Award

Sep 23, 2019

Jeff Niederdeppe received the 2019 CALS Research and Extension Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Science and Public Policy. The award “recognizes an individual who has demonstrated innovation and leadership by integrating science-based knowledge into public policy and management.” The award committee noted that Jeff’s work exemplifies the criteria with his focus on “health issues of critical national and global concern” and “strong public policy engagement.”

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Welcome, Danielle Eiseman, Visiting Lecturer

Jul 29, 2019

We are pleased to welcome Danielle Eiseman, who joined our department as a Visiting Lecturer. Danielle will be teaching Science Writing (3020), Risk Comm (4860), Comm and the Environment (3210) and Public Opinion and Social Processes (4200).

Jon Schuldt wins Cornell Engaged Curriculum Grant

Jul 17, 2019

Jon Schuldt received a Cornell Engaged Curriculum Grant to support his course, Taking America’s Pulse (Govt/Comm 3189). The course pairs students with community partner organizations to create and conduct a national-level survey to help partners meet their strategic goals. He is PI on the grant, which includes Peter Enns (Government), Stephanie Slate (Cornell University Survey Research Institute), and the Environmental Defense Fund.

Brooke Duffy quoted or featured in 5 articles in one month

Jun 24, 2019

Between May and June 2019, Brooke Duffy was featured or quoted in 5 articles!

Vox interview:
Chronicle of Higher Education:
New York Times:

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Neil Lewis, Jr. does live broadcast on NRP's "All Sides with Ann Fisher"

Jun 24, 2019

Neil Lewis, Jr. did a live broadcast on NPR's "All Sides with Ann Fisher" where he and The Atlantic's Adam Harris discussed his recent research on what we can do to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds succeed in college.

Lee Humphreys receives Institute for the Social Sciences grant

Jun 17, 2019

Lee Humphreys received an ISS grant for a cross-college Qualitative Methods Working Group. The goals of this working group are to increase the coordination and collaboration among Cornell faculty who teach, employ, and develop qualitative research methods; increase the visibility and awareness of qualitative methodological opportunities among the social sciences at Cornell; and enhance the social science qualitative research methods training at Cornell. Bringing together scholars from such disciplines as Anthropology, Communication, Development Sociology, Policy Analysis & Management, STS, Sociology, and City & Regional Planning, the Qualitative Methods Working Group will create a space for interpretive social scientists to build community and share resources across Cornell.