Graduate Research Assistant Opportunity – August 2016

The Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute and the Social Science Research Center have initiated a new project in nutrient reduction measures. This is an EPA funded grant to collect data, examples and success stories about using social indicatorsRead the rest

SSRC Spotlight: David May

Born in Florence, Alabama, Dr. David May is grateful that he has over two decades of involvement with the Social Science Research Center and is excited to be working on his current project with the National Institute of Justice School… Read the rest

SSRC Chronicles: April 2016

Announcements

The Social Science Research Center is partnering with the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at the University of Zagreb, Croatia and the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University, Virginia to lead a week-long Seminar… Read the rest

SSRC Spotlight: Malcolm Huell

Born in Vicksburg, Miss., Malcolm Huell is thankful for the Social Science Research Center and the public health path that it has led him down.

Huell works as a Research Associate in the Mississippi Tobacco Control Data Laboratory and graduated… Read the rest

SSRC Chronicles: March 2016

Announcements
The Social Science Research Center is partnering with the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at the University of Zagreb, Croatia and the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University, Virginia to lead a week-long seminar… Read the rest

SSRC Spotlight: Colleen Sinclair

By being proactive through research, Dr. Colleen Sinclair is helping improve positive social relations within our nation from right here on the Mississippi State University campus.

Long before becoming a vital part of MSU’s Psychology Department and Social Science… Read the rest

SSRC Feature: Anja Stević & Emil Čančar

Anja Stević and Emil Čančar are master’s students in Political Science from the University of Zagreb in Croatia. They are visiting the SSRC in order to conduct research for their master’s theses. The two became familiar with the SSRC while… Read the rest

SSRC Chronicles: February 2016

Announcements

Now in its second year, the Empowering Mentors to Promote Women’s Retention (EMPOWR) is getting attention in the state and nation. Sponsored by the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, EMPOWR is a peer mentoring program for nontraditional women students enrolled… Read the rest

SSRC Chronicles: December/January 2015-16

Announcements

Robert McMillen, Stasha Rhodes, and Henry Turner were guests on The Jim Engster Show – Intelligent Talk for Louisiana, 01/28 THURSDAY: POTENTIAL SMOKING BAN IN BARS AND CASINOS which can be viewed at  http://www.jimengster.com/jim-engster-podcasts/2016/1/28/0128-thursday-potential-smoking-ban-in-bars-and-casinos-food-and-saving-and-trump-and-the-presidential-race

The SSRC is pleased… Read the rest

SSRC Spotlight: Robert McMillen

Born right here in Starkville, Miss., Robert McMillen hopes his research will make a lasting impact on the health factors contributed with tobacco control and prevention in Mississippi.

Dr. McMillen is a graduate of Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee,… Read the rest