The CSU Social Science Research and Instructional Council (SSRIC) will hold its annual Student Research Conference in May. The event has been held each year since 1976.
Thanks to a generous donation from Dr. Gene Geisler, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at San Francisco State and a key SSRIC founder, a special one-time-only feature of this year’s Conference will be the Faculty Memorial Awards. The best paper presented in each of three categories: undergraduate, graduate, and quantitative, will receive awards of $5,000 each. Other papers presented will receive awards of up to $100 each.
Please publicize the extraordinary feature of this year’s Conference as widely as possible on your campus. It’s important, not only in its own right, but because it gives us an unprecedented opportunity to make people aware of our Council and our contributions to the CSU and beyond.
The web page for the Conference has been posted at http://www.ssric.org/
Modules for use in social science research methods or substantive courses. Conceptual and substantive chapters, plus downloadable codebooks, data sets and exercises using SPSS or other statistical software packages.
Each module contains:
SSRIC welcomes proposals for new modules. For more information, please see: Request for Proposals: Teaching Modules in the Social Sciences (in MS Word format).