About the chapter
Chicagoland SSN brings together members from more than five local universities spanning multiple fields, including sociology, social policy, social work, education, political science, economics, urban planning, and medicine. With local partners, the Chicagoland SSN chapter promotes evidence-based discussions on public policy in order to help solve many of the issues facing Chicagoans and residents of Illinois.
- Race & Ethnicity
- Democracy & Governance
University of Illinois at Chicago
- Children & Families
Do State Merit-Based Financial Aid Programs Support the American Dream?
Basic Facts Brief,
Latino Children and COVID: A Worsening Crisis
Latest In The News
"Kate Zinsser: It’s Time for Congress To Fix Our Broken Child Care System," Kate Zinsser, Chicago Tribune, March 7, 2022.
Guest to discuss Study: Intermarriages on the Rise 50 Years After Loving v. Virginia on WTTW, Heather Dalmage, May 24, 2021.
"Representation Matters: Exploring the Role of Gender and Race on Educational Outcomes," Anjali Adukia, Inside IES Research, February 11, 2021.
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