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COSSA Releases State Funding Fact Sheets for 2017

fact-sheets-coverCOSSA has released the 2017 edition of its state funding fact sheets with a new look. These one-pagers showcase the amount of federal social science research funding that goes to each state, and includes information on the leading recipient institutions and sources of funding. The fact sheets are helpful for articulating to policy makers the local economic impact of social science research funding. The fact sheets are available on the COSSA website at http://www.cossa.org/resources/state-fact-sheets.

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Posted in Issue 1 (January 10), Update, Volume 36 (2017)

NEW! University Rankings for Social Science Funding

COSSA has produced a new resource that shows how U.S. colleges and universities rank in total social and behavioral science research funding awarded each year by the federal government. We use federally collected R&D data for social science-related funding categories to present an accurate listing of the state of social science research funding. Check out how your university stacks up.

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Posted in Issue 3 (February 9), Update, Volume 35 (2016)

Not Yet a COSSA Member? Join the Team!

Do you enjoy receiving your copy of the COSSA Washington Update and want to do more to promote social and behavioral science research? Become a member of COSSA today! COSSA membership is institutional, meaning once your organization/institution/association joins, anyone at the organization can receive our member benefits, including discounted rates for the COSSA Annual Meeting and Social Science Advocacy Day.

To learn more about what COSSA has to offer, download our list of member benefits. And if you are already a member, check out the list to make sure you are getting the most out of your membership.

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Posted in Issue 3 (February 9), Update, Volume 35 (2016)

COSSA Updates State SBS Funding Fact Sheets

COSSA has released new versions of its state-by-state funding fact sheets for federal social and behavioral science funding. The new fact sheets use information for fiscal year (FY) 2014, the most recent currently available federal data. The fact sheets use these data to demonstrate the local economic impact of federal investment in the social and behavioral sciences by providing detailed information on how much funding states receive, where it comes from, and where it goes. They are available for all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Click here to see how much funding your state receives.

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Posted in Issue 3 (February 9), Update, Volume 35 (2016)

COSSA’s State Funding Fact Sheets Now Updated with FY 2013 Data

COSSA has updated its state-by-state funding fact sheets with data for fiscal year (FY) 2013, the most current federally-collected survey data available. The fact sheets use these data to demonstrate the local economic impact of federal investment in the social and behavioral sciences by providing detailed information on how much funding states receive, where it comes from, and where it goes. They are available for all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Click here to see how much funding your state receives.

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Posted in Issue 15 (August 11), Update, Volume 34 (2015)

COSSA Resources Illustrate Value of Social Science Research

COSSA has developed a series of resources to help its members articulate the value of social and behavioral science research to policy makers and the public. These resources include:

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Posted in Issue 4 (March 13), Update, Volume 34 (2015)

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