Presentations by (left to right) Bill Chapin, Dana Huang, Tara Caughlan, Jeffrey Greger,
and Rachael Cole represented the wide range of inquiries that social scientists pursue.
Shishir Mathur Coauthors New Book on Planning & Development
Understanding India's New Approach to Spatial Planning and Development: A Salient
Shift? offers new perspectives on India’s ongoing urbanization and transformations. Read more.
Kathrine Richardson's Book on NAFTA and Knowledge-Workers
Knowledge Borders: Temporary Labor Mobility and the Canada–US Border Region analyses how NAFTA deals with labor mobility of North American technology professionals.
CoSS Fosters Woodrow Wilson Faculty Fellows
CoSS is developing a tradition of its faculty as receiving the Woodrow Wilson Career
Enhancement Fellowship. Read more about Professors Magdalena Barrera, Faustina DuCros, and Nikki Yeboah.
Sociologist Chris Cox Named 2017 Outstanding Lecturer
“When we study issues like poverty, homelessness, racism, sexism and heterosexism,
these things have an impact on people’s lives.” Read more. (photo by David Schmitz)
Researchers Target Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Assistant Professor of psychology David Schuster (center) works on enhancing cybersecurity
in the Virtual Environments, Cognition, & Training Research Lab. Read more. (Photo by James Tensuan)
Spangler’s Kite Runner Soars
Communication Studies Professor Matthew Spangler’s theatrical adaptation of The Kite Runner gets rave reviews in London’s West End. Read More.
“Voices of Urban Relocation”
SJSU Anthropology students and faculty join the local Native American community to
produce a documentary on the US government’s Native American Urban Relocation Program.
Learn more, and view the video.