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Social Sciences Grant Support

Social Sciences Grant Support promotes interdisciplinary research on a broad spectrum of contemporary sociological, psychological, political, and economic problems and community issues. The Institute directly administers interdisciplinary research centers and programs, most of which sponsor conferences and working paper series. In addition, SSGS serves as home to a large archival collection of social science data.

We are located at 2134 Rolfe Hall.

Grant Showcase

Aegaron-Ancient Egyptian
Architecture online

A repository for standardized architectural information & drawings.

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Grant showcase area
Faculty Highlights

Associate Professor of Anthropology, P. Jeffrey Brantingham, leads SSGS project on Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Crime that seeks to understand the fundamental mechanisms that drive the emergence, spread and dissipation of crime patterns and how various policing strategies maybe used to disrupt crime pattern formation.    

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