Welcome to SBSRC
WetComm Project Featured in Nebraska Today
The Methodology and Evaluation Research Core Facility at SBSRC is excited to be partnering with Dr. Pierobon to evaluate the broader impacts of this NSF funded project on wet communication biology. Dr. Pierobon’s research is on the cutting edge of computer science, engineering and biology and will have a broad impact on society through cutting edge research, and by providing research experiences to local high school students.
Nov. 13, 2018: SBSRC Interdisciplinary Workshop Series
Online Survey Data Collection: Tips, Tricks, and Ethics
Online surveys are increasingly popular as a relatively inexpensive way to achieve a range of goals, from feedback on ideas to gauging consensus to conducting research. At this short workshop, UNL experts affiliated with the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium (SBSRC), the Bureau of Sociological Research (BOSR), and the Public Policy Center (PPC) presented on a variety of topics related to online data collection including
Feb. 13, 2019: SBSRC Interdisciplinary Workshop Series
Grant Writing for Social Scientists
11:00 am to 12:00 pm at City Campus Union, Colonial A.
Workshop and individual mentoring by Dr. Dan Hoyt.
Class size limited to 40. Email Monica.Monteros@unl.edu for more information and reservations.