COSSA’s September Headlines Webchat & Deep Dive Discussion on Pending NSF Legislation

Missed the latest Headlines webchat? You can watch the recording and view the slides now to catch up on a recap of the most important social and behavioral science news from the past month and our deep dive with Dr. William T. Riley, outgoing Director of the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), who shared findings from the recent NIH Advisory Committee Working Group report, Trans-NIH Research Opportunities in the Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Save the date for NHA and COSSA Advocacy Days

MPSA provides a series of travel grants for members to attend the COSSA Hill Day and NHA Hill Day each spring. Learn more and mark your calendar!

About MPSA’s Advocacy Efforts

The purposes of the MPSA are to promote the professional study and teaching of political science, to facilitate communications between those engaged in such study, and to develop standards for and encourage research in theoretical and practical political problems. As such, MPSA is a nonpartisan association. It does not support political parties or candidates. MPSA’s advocacy and public awareness efforts have been designed to support researchers, political science as a discipline and the social sciences in general.

MPSA’s efforts support:

Please explore our website for additional resources to support your own advocacy efforts. Email questions to MPSA Executive Director William Morgan.