Welcome to Confluence SSN

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About the chapter

Confluence SSN is composed of dedicated scholars from Missouri, southern Illinois, and Kansas looking to enact positive change through policy work in the American Midwest and Upper South. Confluence SSN was founded in 2013 and would like to welcome as many Confluence-area colleagues as they can.

Leaders
  • Civic Engagement
University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Science & Technology
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Members
  • Criminal Justice
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Health Care
  • Inequality
Washington University in St. Louis
  • Reproductive Health
Washington University
  • Democracy & Governance
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Media & Public Opinion
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
  • Criminal Justice
University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Foreign Policy & Security
University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Media & Public Opinion
  • Immigration
  • Race & Ethnicity
Washington University in St. Louis
  • Immigration
  • Inequality
  • Labor
Washington University in St. Louis
  • Health Care
  • Inequality
  • Public Health
University of Missouri - Kansas City
  • Economy
  • Health Care
University of Kansas
  • Civic Engagement
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Economy
University of Missouri-St Louis
  • Science & Technology
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Environment & Energy
University of Missouri

Latest Contributions

5 Years After Muslim Ban, Middle Eastern and North African Americans Remain Hidden | Opinion

  • Neda Maghbouleh
  • Ariela Schachter
  • René D. Flores

How Inequality and Politics Influence Government Responses to Natural Disasters

  • Gustavo García-López
  • Mary Angelica Painter

St. Louis Public Schools in Peril

  • Damen Alexander

Latest in the News

Guest to discuss UMSL Professors and Leaders Unpack the Election and Capitol Riots on U.S. Elections Robust Safeguards Help Ensure the Integrity of Election Results, Stephen Bagwell, January 22, 2021.
"Assessing The Risk Of Electoral Violence In The United States," Stephen Bagwell (with Austin C Doctor), Political Violence at A Glance, October 13, 2020.
Richard Rosenfeld quoted on the murder rate at the end of June was on average 37 percent higher than it was at the end of May, "Texas Has Too Many Cases to Reopen, Governor Warns" The New York Times, August 11, 2020.
"Electorial Violence In Sub-Saharan Africa And Its Economic Consequences," Stephen Bagwell (with Austin C Doctor), Political Violence at A Glance, April 22, 2020.
David C. Kimball quoted on the intricacies of RCV by Alan Greenblatt, "Voting Problems Open the Door to Election Alternatives" Governing, February 5, 2020.

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