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Social Sciences Speakers

Social sciences speakers to discuss mid-term elections, California’s business climate, and information overload in the digital age

November 10, 2010

The School of Social Sciences studies contemporary issues affecting individuals, economies, societies and institutions at the local and global level. With expertise in analytic, computational and interpretive methods, and a tradition of multidisciplinary collaboration, the school seeks to improve the world though understanding human behavior. The school’s 138 faculty include 10 members of the National Academy of Sciences or the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. As UCI’s largest academic unit, the school serves more than 7,000 undergraduate and graduate students in nationally ranked majors and doctoral programs. More than 31,000 Social Sciences alumni make a difference everyday in classrooms, laboratories, boardrooms, law offices, non-profits and governmental organizations around the world.

11/16/2010

UCI Social & Behavioral Sciences Gateway, Room 1517 (bldg. 214, grid F10 on campus map)

07:00 p.m.

Sponsored by UC Irvine’s School of Social Sciences, the 2010-11 Expert Speaker Series will feature talks by political scientists, economists and cognitive scientists on issues that affect the daily lives of Californians and global citizens.