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Does the Road Improve in the Land of the Tenured? Exploring Perceptions of Culture and Satisfaction by Rank and Gender.
Does the Road Improve in the Land of the Tenured? Exploring Perceptions of Culture and Satisfaction by Rank and Gender.
Four contribute chapter to women in science collection Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Julia McQuillan, Mary Ann Holmes, Patricia Wonch Hill, and Mindy Anderson-Knott co-authored a chapter in a new book about women in science, Pathways, Potholes, and the Persistence of Women in Science: Reconsidering the Pipeline, edited by Enobong Hannah Branch, published by Lexington Books.

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SBSRC Advisory Board Member receives Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Congratulations to Mike Dodd, associate professor of psychology and SBSRC Faculty Advisory Board member is the recipient of the first Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award, demonstrating his commitment to mentoring and supporting undergraduate students!

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SBSRC Conference photo
SBSRC Conference photo
SBSRC Research Fair Luncheon: A Transdisciplinary Success Tuesday, May 3, 2016
More than 50 researchers gather to discuss opportunities and obstacles to transdisciplinary research

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2015-2016 Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The Bureau of Sociological Research (BOSR) is making plans for the 2015-2016 Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey (referred to as NASIS).  We would like to invite you to consider adding questions for your own research objectives to this survey.  As many of our previous clients already know, this omnibus survey can be a valuable source of information regarding the opinions and behaviors of adult household residents in Nebraska.

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Nikki Roseberry-Keiser and Jenn Rutt
Nikki Roseberry-Keiser and Jenn Rutt
Data Provide Evidence of Lower Underage Drinking Rates Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Jenn Rutt, evaluation project manager at SBSRC, and Nikki Roseberry-Keiser, DHHS, Division of Behavioral Health, presented their evaluation results of the Partnerships for Success (PFS) Grant and associated surveys, showing that the data collected over the course of a year was evaluated for indicators of success.

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SBSRC Releases a Call for Voucher Seed Grant Proposals Thursday, March 24, 2016
Last month, SBSRC released a call for proposals for Voucher Seed Grants.

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SBSRC Invests in Activity Monitoring and Sleep Tracking Technology Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Actigraph Equipment will Support and Expand Ongoing Health Disparities Research

In line with its mission to enhance and grow UNL’s social and behavioral research capacities, the Social & Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium (SBSRC) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has awarded researchers Bridget Goosby, Timothy Nelson, and Jacob Cheadle, a $4000 Minority Health grant to purchase Actigraph equipment.

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SBSRC First Voucher Awarded Monday, October 19, 2015

Qualitative research project will inform CHW best practices 

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Executive Order Using Behavioral Science Insights to Better Serve the American People Tuesday, September 15, 2015
A growing body of evidence demonstrates that behavioral science insights -- research findings from fields such as behavioral economics and psychology about how people make decisions and act on them -- can be used to design government policies to better serve the American people. Where Federal policies have been designed to reflect behavioral science insights, they have substantially improved outcomes for the individuals, families, communities, and businesses those policies serve.

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UNL’s Social Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium (SBSRC) Announces First Seed Grant Winners Thursday, June 18, 2015

Projects led by Cheadle, Nelson, and Soliz Aim to Understand and Reduce Minority Health Disparities 

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