Committees & Centers
Social Sciences Diploma and Hooding Ceremony
Speaker: Amanda Woodward, Deputy Dean of the Division of the Social Sciences, William S. Gray Professor of Psychology at the University of Chicago
Saturday, June 11, at 2:15 p.m., Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
Division of Social Sciences' candidates that participate in the hooding ceremony need to rent a hood from the University Bookstore.
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The 2016 Faculty Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentoring was presented to one Social Sciences faculty member, Linda Zerilli, Charles E. Merriam Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science. The awarded was presented to a total of five recipients from across the University.
The Division of the Social Sciences is the birthplace of the Chicago School of Urban Sociology, among other longstanding traditions of complex interdisciplinary research focused on cities and their populations. Division faculty will play a critical, collaborative role in the new Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation.
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$35 million gift will support creation of institute to advance urban scholarship and education
Nobel laureate James Heckman is one of this year’s recipients of the Dan David Prize, an international honor which encourages innovative and interdisciplinary research, for his scholarship on poverty.
Heckman was among three world-renowned economists recognized in the category of “combating poverty,” along with Profs. Sir Anthony Atkinson of the London School of Economics and François Bourguignon of the Paris School of Economics.