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Dale Receives Invitational Fellowship for Research in Japan

Dale Receives Invitational Fellowship for Research in Japan

Dr. John Dale received an Invitational Fellowship for Research in Japan from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). He will be working with his colleague, Nobuhiro Aizawa at Kyushu University from early November 2021 through January 2022. The title of the research project is "Re-Working Japan’s Automated Warehouses: Cobotics, Social Autonomy, and Human Rights."

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Newly-Formed Youth Research Council is Seeking Founding Fellows

Newly-Formed Youth Research Council is Seeking Founding Fellows

The YRC will act as consultants to local and regional organizations, school districts, and governments as they conduct research about youth. We will conduct our own research projects that will have an impact on the lives of youth in Northern Virginia. The Youth Research Council will advise university faculty and students on how to conduct research that speaks to the needs and builds on the strengths of youth. Our work will take an explicitly anti-racist, inclusive stance. Be part of the change you seek! 20-hour commitment, minimum for the academic year (10 hours each semester).

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College Recognizes 2021 Doctoral Graduates

College Recognizes 2021 Doctoral Graduates

“While they represent a small fraction of our 2021 graduating class, our PhD graduates are a signature element of CHSS’s contributions to Mason as an R1,” said CHSS Dean Ann Ardis. "“Please join me in a shout-out congratulations to our newest colleagues in the global community of scholars, our 2021 PhD graduates."

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Center for Social Science Research Virtual Open House

Center for Social Science Research Virtual Open House

George Mason University’s Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) is committed to publicly engaged social science research that can promote social justice, inform equitable social policy, and foster university-community collaborations. Housed within the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, the CSSR builds on a long tradition of social science research for the public good. At its center are thematic research hubs focused on quantitative, qualitative, community-engaged research and program evaluation. During the virtual open house, we will introduce CSSR initiatives & projects, our research capabilities & newly formed research hubs, and engage dialogue for bridge building for university researchers and community organizations.

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