April 19, 2015

Social Science

09/29/11

ASU to celebrate new Comparative Border Studies Program

The community is invited to a ceremony and lectures, Oct. 13, to officially launch ASU's new Comparative Border Studies Program, affiliated with the School of Transborder Studies.

09/29/11

'Making Friends in Cyberspace' co-author wins award

ASU professor Kory Floyd recently won the 2011 Charles H. Woolbert Research Award from the National Communication Association for a paper that examined cyberspace relationships.

09/27/11

Global health student begins medical training in the 'real world'

ASU global health student Blake Thomson is not only a new member of Phi Beta Kappa, but also an aspiring doctor who has already embarked on the path to his dreams of making the world a better place.

09/26/11

From field to lab: Exhibition covers 30 years of research

Explore what Institute of Human Origins scientists have discovered, through an interactive, multifacted museum exhibition in the Museum of Anthropology.

09/22/11

Researchers examine 'pseudoscience' of single-sex schooling

Social science researchers have found that there is no well-designed research that demonstrates that single-sex schools improve student's academic performance.

09/21/11

Professor unveils new resource for social entrepreneurs

ASU professor Vanna Gonzales and students have launched an online resource to help social entrepreneurs realize their vision.

09/20/11

Anthropologist empowers communities through research

For Shauna BurnSilver, an ecological anthropologist at ASU, the most valuable social science research combines strong science and real partnerships in a collaborative process.

09/20/11

Untangling the human family tree one branch at a time

ASU researchers are using new technologies to solve classic evolutionary puzzles.

09/15/11

Social Science:  Raising co-op awareness on campus

ASU assistant professor Vanna Gonzales and student Gene Kendricke Sanchez were featured in an article that explores why America's vast co-op economy is off the radar on most college campuses.

09/12/11

Book examines domestic laborers in US

ASU professor Mary Romero will share from her book "The Maid's Daughter: Living Inside and Outside the American Dream" in a free reading at Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe on, Sept. 16.

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