- The Center for Social Science Scholarship remains a resource for our UMBC social science community during this challenging time. Faculty, staff, and students — don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email@example.com with any questions or concerns you may have.
- To stay connected, please join our myUMBC group and follow us on social media. If you would like to be added to our email list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CS3 Programming and Events
- All programming and events from the Center for Social Science Scholarship will be hosted in a virtual format. Visit our upcoming events page, and you can watch recordings of past events here.
- Learn more about how members of the UMBC social science community are researching and responding to COVID-19. You can also send us a short video, photograph, or quote that explains how your research is tackling issues related to COVID-19, or how insights from your research or discipline help us understand this health crisis, and we’ll feature them on the web and social media.
Research Initiatives and Research Support
- For social science faculty working on external grant proposals, the Center for Social Science Scholarship and the Maryland Institute for Policy, Analysis, and Research (MIPAR) remain fully available for remote pre-and post-award management assistance and consultation. For more information, please visit mipar.umbc.edu/covid-19 or contact Deb Geare, Associate Director.
- For updated UMBC-wide guidance on research under COVID-19, resources are provided via UMBC Research, the Office of Sponsored Programs, and the Office of Research Protections and Compliance.
- Lists of funding opportunities related to COVID-19 are being maintained by COGR and by UMBC. Both are linked from the longstanding page on external funding opportunities.
For information on COVID-19-specific funding opportunities, go here.