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Founded in 1999, the Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences is the first center in the nation devoted to the interface between statistics and the social sciences through
 

Summary: Founded in 1999, the Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences is the first center in
the nation devoted to the interface between statistics and the social sciences through
interdisciplinary research and through teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
STUDENTS ENROLLED IN CSSS COURSES
(2007-2008)
33 Undergraduate students
346 Graduate students
About the Center
The Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences (CSSS) has a triple mission: galvanizing
collaborative research between social scientists and statisticians; teaching a rich menu
of quantitative courses for social science graduate students; and providing innovative
statistics courses for social science undergraduates.
The Center advances its mission through:
a wide selection of statistical courses for social sciences students;
collaborative interdisciplinary research;
a dynamic weekly seminar series drawing participants from across the campus;
a highly visible working paper series;
a statistical consulting service for social scientists;
seed grant, travel grant, and undergraduate research grant programs;
PhD tracks in six departments;

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences