DePaul University, Social Science Research Center
The Social Science Research Center (SSRC) was established as a mechanism to put DePaul-originated behavioral and social science research into the service of “the public.”
The SSRC promotes, enhances, facilitates, and supports faculty, staff, and student engagement in methodologically diverse, socially relevant research by providing the physical space and human capital necessary to develop a robust infrastructure for designing research projects, assisting Behavioral and Social Science Research/Researchers (BSSR/s) to procure intramural and extramural funding for research, implement funded research programs, and craft mutually productive and rewarding collaborations with community organizations and other universities.
To achieve this mission, SSRC commits itself to working collaboratively with other research-oriented units at DePaul University, and with external parties to help BSSR/s formulate and execute research agendas and to make their work meaningful to the public. To raise the profile of BSSR/s’ work at DePaul, the SSRC works to position scholars (faculty, staff, and students) to become creators of mass media products and generators of knowledge in the multifaceted realm of public policymaking.
- Street: 990 West Fullerton Avenue #3100
- Street: DePaul University
- City: Chicago
- State | Province: Illinois
- Country: United States
- Postcode: 60614