Across the social sciences, faculty and students embrace the “Chicago style”—conducting rigorous, multi-method research and aiming to achieve foundational scientific breakthroughs and to address issues of pressing social importance.
A Community of Scholars
Social Sciences faculty, research, and training programs are known for exceptional strengths in statistical methods and formal modeling, social theory, and scientific reasoning, a combination that distinguishes the Division as a preeminent leader in research and education. These examples highlight just a few of these endeavors and accomplishments.
Two UChicago Researchers Tapped to Lend Expertise to Cook County Commission on Social Innovation.