Connect with faculty and staff across campus involved in community-engaged research! The Center for Social & Behavioral Science, College of Education, and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute are pleased to invite community-engaged researchers to a networking lunch on Wednesday, September 6, outdoors at the Siebel Center for Design. This event is the first step in building a supportive community to […]
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) invites participation from social and behavioral scientists across the country to further develop an open-source digital platform that makes it easy for scientists to produce research-focused mobile apps.
The Center for Social and Behavioral Science (CSBS) invites Assistant Professors to an informal gathering over pastries and coffee on June 15 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. at the Observatory.
This symposium, hosted by the Center for Social & Behavioral Science in partnership with the School of Labor and Employment Relations, will be a continuation of the Fall 2022 symposium. Faculty from various disciplines will present their research on this relevant topic.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Social and Behavioral Science (CSBS) and the Cancer Center at Illinois (CCIL), the Cancer Research Symposium aims to unite researchers across the Illinois campus interested in research addressing aspects of the cancer care continuum.
The Lunch & Learn sessions, open to Illinois faculty, staff, and students interested in exploring the food security space, are intended to further the scholarly exchange among the newly formed Food Security Working Group led by CSBS and Illinois professors Kelley Lemon, Merin Oleschuk, and Bobby J. Smith.
The Storytelling Series features the stories of faculty from across campus who are teaching, employing, and developing novel qualitative research techniques. The series seeks to highlight the journeys of our faculty – what led them here to UIUC – and take a deeper dive into the innovative methods they are applying in their research.
The Social & Behavioral Health Funding Series invites program staff from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to discuss funding opportunities relevant to faculty and research professionals working in the areas of social and behavioral health.
The Social & Behavioral Health Funding Series invites program staff from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to discuss funding opportunities relevant to faculty and research professionals working in the areas of social and behavioral health.
This Meet & Greet event, open to all Illinois faculty, staff, and students, marks the launch of the Food Security Working Group, a campus-wide initiative to support those interested in getting connected to this work, as well as research resources for those interested in food security.