Department of Psychology
John D. Kelly has been named the inaugural Christian W. Mackauer Professor in the College and the Division of the Social Sciences.
The newly formed Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries Working Group will host its inaugural event on September 22, 2017. The day-long event will include research presentations by UChicago doctoral students and discussion by faculty members from departments other than the students' home unit. Built into the day will also be a round table discussion on ways to cultivate cross-department collaboration.
Join faculty experts from @UChicagoSocialScience for a panel discussion exploring the #first100 days of the @realDonaldTrump presidency. The fields of economics, political science, sociology, and anthropology provide a window into the early decisions of the new #potus.
- Paul Poast, Political Science
The 527th Convocation will take place on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 9:15 a.m., and will be held outdoors (rain or shine) on the University’s Main Quadrangle. This is a university-wide ceremony and all candidates participate in this ceremony, during which the President will verbally confer degrees to groups of candidates by degree type and academic program. Tickets are not required for this ceremony.
Join us for a Social Sciences-focused Alumni Weekend Event!
For over a century, the University’s social scientists have made groundbreaking advancements in their fields and shaped their disciplines. During this open house, view our timeline exhibit to learn more about this rich intellectual history and evolution. Light refreshments provided!
2016 Donald W. Fiske Distinguished Lecture
New Findings from the Science of Happiness
Dr. Edward F. Diener
Joseph R. Smiley Distinguished Professor Emeritus
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
Join us as we celebrate the legacy and future of the social sciences at the University of Chicago!
FACULTY PANEL: Roots of Inquiry & Growth of Ideas
A Faculty Panel on Discovery in the Social Sciences
Study finds changes in achievement, attitudes persist for several years
Parents who are anxious about math can still help their children learn the subject when given the right tools, according to research from current and former University of Chicago scholars.