Welcome to San Diego SSN

Democratic Incentives Conference: June 1, 2018

About the chapter

San Diego SSN unites area scholars with expertise that focus on both the unique challenges facing San Diegans, as well as the concerns of Americans across the country. Our focus areas include diversity in politics and civil society, contributions and challenges of immigration, limits and possibilities of science education, and job creation in the high-tech economy. Other areas of interest include tax policy, corporate governance, the role of partisanship and expertise in American politics, and workforce equality.

Latest In The News

"The Road to Enhancement, via Human Gene Editing, is Paved with Good Intentions," John H. Evans, The Conversation, November 27, 2018.
"The U.S. Begins Mass Deportation of Mexican Migrants (June 9, 1954)," S. Deborah Kang, The 25 Moments from American History That Matter Right Now, Time Magazine, June 28, 2018.
S. Deborah Kang quoted on the movement to abolish ICE in Miriam Valverde, "'Abolish ICE' Movement is Growing. Is the Agency's Disbanding Likely?" PoliticFact, July 3, 2018.
Guest to discuss the history of ICE on WBUR's Here & Now, S. Deborah Kang, June 25, 2018.
Zoltan Hajnal quoted on immigration as a driving force for white voters switching from the Democratic to the Republican party in Shankar Vedantam, "Voting with a Middle Finger: Two Views on the White Working Class" NPR's Hidden Brain, October 15, 2018.

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