Through research, teaching and community engagement, the School of Social Ecology focuses on science based solutions to social and environmental problems. Our work is organized into three research hubs.


Jeannine Pearce

Newkirk Fellow studies labor movement

Former LB councilmember seeks policies to protect workers

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youth with cell phones

New report outlines benefits and risks of digital tech

“We know how to design spaces for young adolescents in ways that help them safely explore, socialize and learn.” — Candice Odgers

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Kelsey Morgan

Ph.D. student fights human trafficking

Kelsey Morgan keeps her promise

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