Recently in Papers / Proposals - Calls for Category
The University Metropolitan Consortium Program in the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) invites proposals for projects related to urban and metropolitan dynamics. Areas: Regional Economic Analysis; Education; Immigration; Urbanization and Water Resources; and Institutional Redesign.
Deadline: April 18
1. Josie R. Johnson Human Rights and Social Justice Award
The award is given to two individuals each year - one current faculty or staff member and one current undergraduate or graduate student.
Deadline: March 14
2. Equity and Diversity Transformation Awards
All academic and administrative units across the University's campuses are eligible to apply for Equity and Diversity Transformation Awards.
Deadline: March 31
The ESS, is a cross-national survey, conducted every two years across Europe since 2001. PI: Prof. Rory Fitzgerald (City University, London). The ESS issues a Call for Proposals, from multi-national teams, to design modules for the ESS Round Eight questionnaire. For questions, email.
Deadline: 17.00 UK time, 12 May
"Measuring the Diverging Components of Race in Multiracial America," June 26-27, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, invites student paper submissions. Travel expenses, lodging, and meals covered for participants. Any citizenship welcome. Submit application to Prof. Wendy Roth (British Columbia).
Submission Deadline: March 8
The ASA Social Psychology Section invites submissions for the Graduate Student Paper Award. Paper should be article length. Author(s) must be graduate student(s) and member(s) of the section. Recipient(s) receive financial support to attend the 2014 ASA annual meeting in Chicago, where the prize will be awarded. Email PDF version to: Prof. John DeLamater (Sociology, UW-Mdison), Committee Chair.
Deadline: March 1
The Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies issues a Call for Papers and Symposia, for "Lives in Transition: Life Course Research and Social Policies," Lausanne, Switzerland, Oct. 9-11.
Deadline: March 31
Members of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, in conjunction with the University, issue a Call for Proposals, for "What Went Wrong? Reflecting and Learning from Community Engaged Research" conference, July 11-12, dedicated to understanding and enhancing community-engaged research practices. Location include multiple sites in Cedar Riverside and West Bank. Email for questions.
Proposal Deadline: March 29
Registration begins: Feb. 15
Early Bird Registration Deadline: May 15
Hotel Reservation Deadline: June 15