Meet the AY2023-2024 Policy & Research Legislative Fellows

The Center for Social and Behavioral Science (CSBS), with support from the Office of the Chancellor-Public Engagement, is proud to introduce the participants of the AY2023-2024 Policy and Research Legislative Fellows Program! The six fellows in this cohort represent five departments from 4 different colleges and 4 departments working on issues like renewable energy and […]

CSBS Director’s Emerging Investigators Coffees | January 29

Join us for our first Director’s Emerging Investigators Coffee, Building Your Research Program. The CSBS director and other experienced social and behavioral science faculty will share their experiences and perspectives on this topic. Discussion will focus on developing and achieving a long-term vision for your research as well as how to handle challenges in achieving this vision. There will also be time to get to know other assistant professors in the social and behavioral sciences across campus.

Meet the AY2022-2023 Policy & Research Legislative Fellows

The Center for Social and Behavioral Science (CSBS), with support from the Office of the Chancellor-Public Engagement, is proud to introduce the participants of the AY2022-2023 Policy and Research Legislative Fellows Program! The six students in this cohort represent five units in four different colleges, encompassing a diverse array of fields of study, from civil […]

Ask the Experts: Mental and Behavioral Health During COVID-19

On June 22, 2020 the Center for Social and Behavioral Science hosted an Ask the Experts: Mental and behavioral health during COVID-19 webinar in partnership with the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute. In this webinar, our faculty experts discussed managing mental health and close relationships during COVID-19. The experts also focused on managing work-life-balance, coping with […]

Ask the Experts: Covid-19 Exposure Notification, Privacy, and Security

The Center for Social and Behavioral Science and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute join forces for our Ask the Experts Series on COVID-19 Exposure Notification, Privacy, and Security. Our faculty experts discuss the promising potential, uncertainty, and associated privacy risks with using exposure notification technologies to manage the spread of COVID-19. Our conversation also narrowed in on the development of the Illinois App.