In the Social Sciences we explore and make meaning of the human condition, the institutions and functioning of human society and the interpersonal relationships of individuals as members of society.Social Science Unwrapped Registration Button

The Social Science Unwrapped (SSU) Speaker Series is designed to connect the Social Sciences to our 21st Century future and the skills that contribute to students’ success. We will share how the Social Sciences can help you navigate locally, nationally, and globally and illustrate how the Social Sciences are a highway to endless possibilities. REGISTER NOW for Social Sciences Unwrapped!

If you're a Social Science professional interested in presenting at a future Social Science Unwrapped Speaker Series event, please contact Chris Woo.

Link to Recorded Event 2 → Professor of Psychology, Dr. Shaun Perisho                                                                                                  Fractal Scaling in Bottlenose Dolphin Echolocaton

FALL 2021 SSU Events & Distinguished Speakers

Day and Time:  Wednesdays, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Dates: 9/8, 9/22, 10/27, 11/10, 11/24

SSU-Fall 2021 Dates: 9/8 - Professor of Geography, Rachel Cunningham-Public Perceptions of Levees and Risk, 9/22 - Professor of Psychology, Dr. Shaun Perisho-Fractal Scaling in Bottlenose Dolphin Echolocation, 10/27 - Professor of Sociology, Dr. Rika Yonemura-Fabian-We Keep Doing This Until We Free Us: Sociological Imagination for Organizing, 11/10 - Professor of Economics, Don Uy-Barreta-Career Choices with an Economics Major, 11/24 - Professor of History, Rosie Bell-Education is Liberation