CSBS & NCSA Data Science Kickoff Event | April 5

Time and Location: April 5th, 8:45 am – 12:30 pm | I-Hotel Quad Room  The Center for Social & Behavioral Science (CSBS) and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) hosted the Data Science for Social and Behavioral Science Kickoff Event, a half-day event on data science in social and behavioral science research! The digital revolution has created extensive […]

Illinois Federal Statistical Research Data Center  Information Session | April 3rd

The Center for Social & Behavioral Science invites social and behavioral scientists to learn about how they can use the Illinois Federal Statistical Research Data Center (FSRDC) to answer important questions relevant to their research. The Illinois FSRDC on our campus provides access to restricted-use microdata from various federal agencies, which researchers can use to learn about economic and other issues affecting society.

CSBS Director’s Emerging Investigators Coffees | March 28

Please join us on March 28th for the Director’s Emerging Investigators Coffee. This will be an opportunity for informal discussion with CSBS Director Eva Pomerantz on navigating the research process. Bring questions about issues such as building your research program, applying for a grant, managing your lab, interdisciplinary collaboration, and publishing your research?  

Community-Engaged Work: Imagine, Write, Publish! | March 22

The Center for Social & Behavioral Science, College of Education, and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute hosted community-engaged researchers at the second event in the Spring 2024 Community-Engaged Research Series, Community-Engaged Work: Imagine, Write, Publish, March 22, 10 a.m. to noon. This event was attended by community-engaged researchers and writers of all levels across campus. Participants […]

Navigating the IRB for Community-Engaged Research | Feb. 28

The Center for Social & Behavioral Science, College of Education, and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute invited community-engaged researchers to the first event in the Spring 2024 Community-Engaged Research Series, Navigating the IRB for Community-Engaged Research, on February 28, noon – 1:30 p.m. via Zoom. Sarah Mumford, Director at the Office of the Protection for Research […]

Health Equity Research Collaboration Workshop | February 16

University of Illinois researchers whose work involves health equity are invited to this workshop aimed at increasing interdisciplinary collaboration. In addition to networking with colleagues from across campus and brainstorming about opportunities for collaboration,  workshop attendees will hear a presentation on the national health equity funding landscape from government relations consulting firm Lewis-Burke Associates. The workshop is also an opportunity to help develop priorities for the university’s health equity research efforts and advise on how such research can be promoted and supported at UIUC.

Community-Engaged Research Funding with PCORI | Nov 9

Learn more about funding your community-engaged research projects through grants from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Courtney Clyatt, Senior Program Officer, will provide an overview and discuss the range of community-engaged work funded through PCORI, and AHS Prof. Robyn Gobin will discuss her experience working with PCORI. A Q&A will follow.

Power Analysis Workshop | Oct 13

Hosted by the Center for Social and Behavioral Science, this workshop on power analysis is designed to help participants develop these essential skills of designing a study and choosing a sample, as well as evaluating the research of others. Led by Prof. Kevin Grimm, Director of Facilities and Research Advancement at Arizona State University.