Welcome to New Orleans SSN

About the chapter

New Orleans SSN launched in 2013 to build more connections between local scholars, civic leaders, policymakers, and journalists. Our members are particularly interested in the issues that are at the forefront of ongoing debates in the community: education, crime and punishment, the environment, and persistent inequalities.

Leaders
Tulane University
Loyola University New Orleans
Members
Louisiana State University
University of New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans
Tulane University
Tulane University
Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans
Tulane University
Loyola University New Orleans
Tulane University
Newcomb College Institute
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Tulane University
Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans

Latest Contributions

How the World's Largest Database of Social Science Research Can Inform Policymaking

    Frankie J. Weinberg , Frederick Louis Oswald , Frank Bosco

Latest in the News

Sarah Reckhow's research on public schools and charter schools discussed in Zoe Sullivan, "The Battle for New Orleans Public Schools," Next City, January 24, 2019.
"New House, New Vision for America's Nuclear Weapons?," Kenneth Keulman, The Hill, January 7, 2019.
"Now is Time to Boost Paid Family Leave, and These Louisiana Representatives Can Help," Anna Mitchell Mahoney, The Advocate, December 2, 2018.
Christian L. Bolden's research on gang violence discussed in Emily Lane, "For New Orleans Gangs, It's Kill or be Killed, No Matter the Collateral Cost," The Times-Picayune, October 9, 2018.

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