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May 2019

NSF Grants Conference

May 20 - May 21
Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, CA United States
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Key officials representing each NSF program directorate, administrative office, Office of the General Counsel and Office of the Inspector General will participate in the two-day conference. The conference is designed for new faculty, researchers, educators and administrators who want to gain insight into a wide range of important and timely issues at NSF including: the state of current funding; the proposal and award process; and current and recently updated policies and procedures.

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2019 Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting

May 28 - May 31
San Francisco,
San Francisco, CA United States

2019 Law and Society Association Annual Meeting

May 30 - June 2
Washington, DC,
Washington, DC United States
June 2019

Stats for America Conference

June 3
Washington, DC,
Washington, DC United States
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This event will feature panel discussions between users and producers, an interactive exhibition for media and agencies, and discussion of current issues relating to federal statistics. All will learn what is available, what is new, and where to get the best information. Click here for more information

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Committee on National Statistics – Challenges and New Approaches for Protecting Privacy in Federal Statistical Programs: A Workshop

June 6 - June 7
National Academy of Sciences,
2101 Constitution Ave, NW
Washington, DC United States
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This workshop will discuss new approaches to protecting data confidentiality, with a particular focus on methods that offer formal guarantees of privacy protection, like differential privacy. Discussions will cover the policy and implementation issues from both provider and user perspectives, including the promises and limitations of using formal privacy methods.

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12th NIH Matilda White Riley Behavioral and Social Sciences Honors

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wilson Hall,
Building 1
Bethesda, MD United States
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The Impact of Weapons and Violence on Schools and Surrounding Communities: A Congressional Briefing

June 12 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC United States
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This briefing will explore current scientific data surrounding the pressing need for the reduction of weapons and violence in schools and communities. Experts will present empirical research detailing the impact on the education and well-being of students, their families and local communities. Data-driven evidence will be offered to assist in the development of policy and legislation that can successfully mitigate weapons and violence in schools and communities, as well as increase empowerment and community safety. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE:

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COSSA Headlines | June Headlines

June 13 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join COSSA for our monthly Headlines webchat to recap the most important social and behavioral science news from the past month, including successes in this year's appropriations season so far, new opportunities to weigh in on the government's Federal Data Strategy, and more, and answer your questions. Details on how to access the webinar will be emailed to participants the week of the event. For questions about this event, please contact Julia Milton (jmilton@cossa.org). Headlines: A monthly look at what's new…

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2019 Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Summer Conference

June 21 - June 23
San Diego,
San Diego, CA United States

Congressional Briefing – Ask a Criminologist: What is the Connection Between Immigration & Crime?

June 24 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
2237 RHOB

This interactive Congressional briefing will explore the relationships between immigration trends and policies and public safety. Immigration has long been at the center of many policy debates in Washington and beyond and has recently been propelled to the forefront of headlines once again. Missing from much of the discussion is what researchers have learned about immigration and crime. This briefing will inform policymakers deliberating immigration policies with rigorous research and hard data on the topic. For more information, click here.

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