The Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is now accepting applications for the 2015 Teaching Poverty 101 Workshop, which is designed to help college instructors plan college-level courses on the causes, consequences, and cures of poverty.
The workshop is open to all college faculty and instructors in any postsecondary institution—university, college, or community college.
UC Davis Vocational Education Cluster funded by the Interdisciplinary Frontiers in Arts and Humanities (IFHA) Program is hosting a brown bag series for graduate students on using restricted access data for research. Each session will cover different topics, and feature faculty users and presenters from organizations such as the Census Bureau Research Data Center and the IRB Administration.
The University of California Center at Sacramento (UCCS) advances the University’s mission of teaching, research and public service with an integrated program to train future state leaders, to address challenging public-policy issues confronted by the nation and state, and to carry out the University’s mandate to assist state government. Located one block from the State Capitol Building, UCCS offers events and seminars, as well as distinctive academic programs in public policy and public-affairs journalism to students from throughout the university’s 10-campus system. These programs provide students with an opportunity to study through seminars and internships in and around the state Capitol.
The Institute of Governmental Affairs (IGA) supports social science research, graduate student training, public affairs programming, and outreach activities at UC Davis. IGA houses a number of formal research programs and enjoys the participation of faculty from a number of departments across the campus. IGA also serves as a campus home for scholars visiting from around the world.