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Translational Criminology and the Science of Community (2 of 11), Robert Sampson

Translational Criminology and the Science of Community (2 of 11), Robert Sampson

Robert J. Sampson: Thank you for that kind introduction. It’s an honor to be here in this large crowd, early morning. And I think it’s especially appropriate to present a bit on the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods, seeing as the NIJ was really an historic funder of this project early on, along […]

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How to Apply to the Social Science Graduate Research Fellowship

How to Apply to the Social Science Graduate Research Fellowship

Every year, the National Institute of Justice opens a call for our Graduate Research Fellowship Program in the – Social and Behavioral Science; and every year, I get hundreds of questions about the program and how to apply. Today I’m going to answer the most common questions for you, so let’s get started. First question: […]

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New Investigator/Early Career Program in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

New Investigator/Early Career Program in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

MARY JO GIOVACCHINI: Good afternoon everyone and welcome to today’s webinar, New Investigator Early Career Program in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, which is hosted by the National Institute of Justice. I would like to at this time to introduce you to Dr. Howard Spivak, Deputy Director/Chief of Staff at the National Institute of Justice. […]

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