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.
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.
Comparative Human Development
NIH awards grant to University of Chicago researchers exploring law enforcement language on police radios.