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Center for Social Science Research
5/9/2013 - Congratulations to CSSR Paper Competition Winners!
The CSSR would like to congratulate Caitlyn Kuzmich and Vanessa Griffith for winning this year's annual essay contest. Both of these essays are now published under the CSSR publications page. Read More...
The Center for Social Science Research
The Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) was created to foster collaborations across the social sciences at SUNY Oneonta. Through its different programs, thefaculty, staff, and students have been brought together to explore, describe and explain the social world in which we live. The CSSR has been highly active producing a number of different white papers and books, as well as various other scholarly products in professional journals.
The Center for Social Science Research was founded by members of the SUNY Oneonta faculty in 1998 to foster an environment conducive to social scientific research. One of the original goals was a group of committed scholars who could talk to each other across disciplines about their research. Originally, the Coordinator of the Center was Dr. Steve Gilbert, a Psychologist who was among the original group of scholars. In 2000, Dr. Alex Thomas, a Sociologist, became Coordinator, followed in 2003 by our current Coordinator, Dr. Ho Hon Leung. Over the years the mandate of CSSR has expanded from that original group to include the invitation of speakers, the organization of panel discussions of interest to both the college and wider community, and conferences to explore specific scientific questions. In addition, the Center publishes research conducted by faculty-student research teams at the college.
For more information about the CSSR or on becoming an active participant, please contact the Director of the CSSR.
More information coming soon...
Pressure and VacuumDates: March 7, 2013
Urban Space and Social LifeeDates: April 1, 2011
The Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) at State University of New York (SUNY) College at Oneonta and the 4C5M Studio co-hosted the 2nd conference on Urban Space and Social Life: Theory and Practice.
Scholars, professionals, business people, artists and relevant parties interested in researching and discussing urban space and social life attended this multidisciplinary conference.