CESSDA Data Day 2021

CESSDA stands for Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives of which the Polish Social Data Archive (PADS) is applying for membership. The project “Repositories of Open Research Data” (DRODB) implemented by Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling UW (ICM) together with The Robert Zajonc Institute for Social Studies UW (ISS) and Institute of Philosophy and Sociology PAN (IFiS) since 2018 is an excellent opportunity to intensify work in this direction.
During the CESSDA Data Day 2021 meeting, newly created – within the DRODB project – platforms for quantitative and qualitative data archives will be presented. We invite you to learn more about the program and to register.

Thursday, 18 March 2021, online.

http://www.ads.org.pl/cessda-data-day-2021/

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The new leadership of three research centers at ISS

At the last Scientific Council, the candidates for new heads of three centers in our Institute were presented.
As of January 1, 2021, Mikołaj Lewicki, Ph.D., Anna Wnuk, Ph.D., and Aleksandra Goldys, Ph.D., have been appointed new heads of centers at ISS.

  • Mikołaj Lewicki, Ph.D., has been appointed head of the Center for Political Research.
  • Anna Wnuk, Ph.D., has been appointed head of the Center for Psychological Research.
  • Aleksandra Gołdys, Ph.D. has been appointed head of the Social Challenges Unit .

We would like to congratulate all the new heads and promise our support for the planned scientific undertakings.
We also count on the former directors’ further involvement in setting new directions for the centers’ development.

Adam Gregorczyk has passed away

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of a long-time ISS employee – Adam Gregorczyk, who we will miss both as a cordial man and a kind colleague and a top-class specialist. We ask his family and loved ones to accept our condolences.

ISS coordinated project “”Social Space, Fields and Relationality (SSFR) in Contemporary and Historical Social Analysis” begins

From 1 December 2019 a project financed by the academic exchange agency NAWA, entitled “Social Space, Fields and Relationality (SSFR) in Contemporary and Historical Social Analysis. Research Network” begins. The project is being implemented at ISS UW in cooperation with the Institute of Sociology of UW in partnership with 5 research centres from France, Italy, Norway and Germany. Detailed information is available at the link.