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Social Ecology hosts Chinese high school students in new summer project

The School of Social Ecology is helping educate ambitious Chinese high school students and prepare them for a university education in the U.S.

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Five new faculty join the School of Social Ecology

Social Ecology is continuing to grow and has hired five new faculty members, who have joined the School for the fall quarter.

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Bias is bipartisan, new meta-analysis finds

Liberals and conservatives are both biased, and to roughly the same degree, according to a new meta-analysis by School of Social Ecology Professor Peter Ditto.

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