Kaylee Lukacena, PhD., is a Research Development Manager for the social and behavioral health portfolio at the CSBS. We asked Kaylee to share more about her role and experiences. Tell us a little bit about yourself. What led you to the CSBS?I was born and raised in the Appalachian region of Ohio with a love […]
In this virtual workshop, National Science Foundation’s Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins, Acting Deputy Assistant Director of the Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences, discusses NSF’s broader impacts approach and evaluation criteria for the social and behavioral sciences; the CSBS team discusses strategies for designing, implementing, and evaluating broader impacts activities; and social and behavioral scientists across campus shared their experiences with and insights into broader impacts activities.
The panelists in this webinar draw on their research and expertise on health disparities and provide insights as to how and what must be done to improve health outcomes for these vulnerable communities.
In this Ask the Experts he CSBS faculty and community experts discusses improving racial equity, solving issues of racial injustice, keeping our community safe for all, and navigating difficult conversations about race.
In this Methods Series virtual workshop hosted by the Center for Social & Behavioral Science, Dr. Sarah J. Tracy provides clear step-by-step practices for crafting evidence in qualitative research via organizing, coding, analyzing, interpreting, claim-making, and presentation. Dr. Tracy also presents practices of data analysis that make for theoretically and practically illuminating research.