The Southwestern Social Science Association’s Council has voted to authorize that the change-of-name motion tabled at the San Diego Annual Meeting be brought off the table and to a vote at the San Antonio Annual Meeting.
If approved, this motion would change the association’s name to the Social Science Society of America. The new name would retain the SSSA acronym. This ...
The SSSA Council is pleased to announce availability of student travel grants for our 2021 Centennial
Annual Meeting in New Orleans. We will award up to twenty (20) grants in the amount of $300 each, with at least one (1) award provided to an attendee in each of our affiliates (identified as the primary affiliate on the student’s membership file).
The SSSA is pleased to announce the winners of the student travel grants for our 2021 Annual Meeting in New Orleans. Honorees will be recognized during the Presidential Plenary Session on Thursday, April 15, 2021, 4:00PM-5:00PM, onsite in Iberville AB at Hotel Monteleone and online. Each recipient will receive an award of $300. Congratulations to our honorees!
M.S., Behavioral Health ...
The Southwestern Social Science Association is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for our Student Travel Grants for the 2021 Centennial Annual Meeting in New Orleans. We will award up to ten travel grants of $300 each. More information on the grants and the application form are available on the SSSA website. Deadline for application is ...
The Southwestern Political Science Association will host their February 2021 Centennial Virtual Speaker Series panel on Thursday, February 18, at 3:00-4:30 PM Eastern. The topic is Comparative Impacts of COVID Around the World. Speakers include
- Dr Christopher Clark, President of St Vincent’s Hospital,
- Dr. Thomas Birkland, Professor at North Carolina State University
- Dr. Kristin Taylor, Associate Professor at Wayne State University
- Dr. Wayne Cetrone, ...
Southwestern Social Science Association Executive Committee Statement on the Assault on the United States Capitol Building, January 6, 2021
Like many around the world, we, scholars of the Southwestern Social Science Association, watched with shock and horror as the United States Capitol building was attacked and occupied by supporters of President Donald Trump. This attack occurred as the Congress was fulfilling its constitutional duty to certify the votes cast by the Electoral College as part of the 2020 US ...
The 2020 SWPSA Executive Council’s virtual lecture series, created to contribute to ongoing academic dialogue, and engage students and community members, will host its second of four events on Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 3 pm to 5 pm eastern via Zoom. Our first panel session focused on Race and Racism in America and featured three distinguished colleagues Dr. Menna ...
SSSA past-past president Andrade and past SWPSA president Riddlesperger co-edit new American government reader
Southwestern Social Science Association Past-Past President Lydia Andrade and former Southwestern Political Science Association president James Riddlesperger, Jr., are pleased to announce publication of a new American government reader which they co-edited. The SSSA congratulates both of these scholars and leaders on their new work.
Considering American Government is a dynamic, readable, engaging presentation of material not traditionally covered or given ...
Due to the cancellation of the 2020 Annual Meeting as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the 2020 Southwestern Political Science Association Council agreed that a virtual lecture series might in some small way allow us to touch base with one another, contribute to ongoing academic dialogue, and engage students. To those ends, it has planned a four-part series ...