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Fall 2021 Public Sociology Conference: Building An Interdisciplinary Community Through Public Sociology

Fall 2021 Public Sociology Conference: Building An Interdisciplinary Community Through Public Sociology

Now more than ever, we need a rebirth in our approaches and relationships to one another, our overarching institutions, and innovations. Public sociologists can help ensure equitable and sustainable approaches to the problems that impact us all at a time when creative and inclusive inter-collaborative resolutions have never been needed more. Interdisciplinarity can guide and inform the task of reimagining and implementing inclusive, data-driven approaches to solving these complex problems. Join the Public Sociology Association's 7th annual Public Sociology conference around Building an Interdisciplinary Community through Public Sociology October 20th-22nd on Zoom!

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Winning a Nobel Prize is Not Like Winning the Lottery

Winning a Nobel Prize is Not Like Winning the Lottery

As part of its annual coverage of immigrant Nobel Prize winners, George Mason University’s Institute for Immigration Research will identify and highlight some of the top contenders in each category and discuss the role that international collaboration has played in their scientific careers.

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Foreign-Born Olympians on Team USA in Tokyo

Foreign-Born Olympians on Team USA in Tokyo

At least 33 of the TeamUSA Olympians were not born here, but have made the United States their home and proudly represent this country. Thirteen hail from Europe, followed by seven from Asia, six from Africa, five from the Americas, and two from Australia. These foreign-born athletes comprise approximately five percent of the US delegation and represent the best of US athletics from track and field to equestrian, fencing, table tennis, volleyball, water polo, and 15 additional sports.

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IIR Release State Profile Fact Sheets 2013 Headlines

IIR Release State Profile Fact Sheets 2013

The State Profile Fact Sheets are demographic data, economic data, and tax data on immigrant communities. We believe that these data will demonstrate how important immigrants are to the social and economic landscape of the US.

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