A Community of Scholars
Consistently ranked among the top ten social science research universities in the world, the Division of Social Sciences is at the vanguard of inquiry and impact. Whether through the field-defining scholarship of the Chicago Schools in Sociology, Political Science, and Economics, the path-breaking impact of the first graduate international affairs program in the U.S., the creation of interdisciplinary programs in the Department of Comparative Human Development and the John U. Nef Committee on Social Thought, or many other pivotal milestones, the Division has repeatedly transformed the social sciences since its founding in 1930.
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The Hill: America needs both intuition and rationalism to uphold democracy, article cites Prof. Eric Oliver's work on intuition and rationalismRead More
The Washington Post: A too-common horror for mothers in sub-Saharan Africa: Death of their children, Article spotlights Assoc. Prof. Jenny Trinitapoli's research that found 20 percent of all mothers in sub-Saharan Africa have lost a childRead More
Quartz: Parents, before you can help your kid with math, you have to get over your math anxiety, Article cites Prof. Susan C. Levine’s research on how parents' math anxiety can affect children's math achievementRead More
Digital Trends: We’re all tired of Zoom calls. Here’s how to get out of them politely, Prof. Katherine D. Kinzler discusses ways to end Zoom calls respectfullyRead More