We host regular research talks from faculty inside and outside of AU to learn about each other’s research and help AU faculty develop their research programs. If you would like to present your research, please contact us!


Seminar Schedule 2022

CSSR Coffee Hour (Joint with IPPH and GPI)

September 1st at 4:00pm

JSAC Coffeehouse

Working Ideas Brown Bag

Thursday September 15 at 12pm

Allgood Hall N234

Dr. Ashley Hopkins: "Media Frames and the Effect of Perpetual Foreigner Stereotypes on Healthcare Reform in Low-Income Latinx and Asian American Communities"

Working Ideas Brown Bag

Wednesday October 5 at 1pm

Allgood Hall N126

Dr. John Hayes: “Black Power and Black Rebellions”

Getting Published in the Social Sciences

Tuesday October 18 at 12pm

JSAC Coffeehouse

Grant Writing Workshop

Thursday November 3 at 2:30pm

Allgood Hall N234

Dr. Kimberly Gray

Working Ideas Brown Bag

Wednesday November 9 at 12pm

Allgood Hall E152

Dr. Darla Linville: “Pleasure and Body-Positive Sexuality Education for Queer and Trans Youth”

Working Ideas Brown Bag

February 15 at TBA

Dr. Qihua Qiu

 

Contact Us

Center for Social Science Research

Summerville Campus

Allgood Hall

Office N217

Dr. Dustin Avent-Holt, Director

706-737-1710

cssr@augusta.edu

Research Talks

We host regular research talks from faculty inside and outside of AU to learn about each other’s’ research and help AU faculty develop their research programs. If you would like to present your research, please contact us!

Professional Development

We host workshops throughout the year to assist faculty in developing their research programs. If you have any questions or an idea for a workshop, please email us. 

Dr. Samuel L. Perry Faculty Lecture 2022

Social Science for the Common Good Lecture Series

We host an annual Social Science for the Common Good Lecture to open up dialogue and conversation on challenging, complex, controversial, but critically important social issues. Our goal is to shine social scientific light onto what are often deemed “divisive” concepts and issues, which we see as a fundamental goal of the university. This lecture is open to the public. For more information please email us.

Dr. Samuel L. Perry Community Lecture 2022