annual meeting

2025 Linguistic Annual Meeting Convention

The LSA Annual Meeting, held in early January in a major U.S. city, is the premier gathering of linguists and linguistics students from throughout the profession and around the world.  It is an unparalleled opportunity to share research, including the scholarship of teaching and learning in linguistics, engage in professional development, network, and socialize with your colleagues from academia, industry, government, and the non-profit world.  The Annual Meeting includes activities geared to professional development for linguists at all stages of their careers and contains many programs and events of interest to students, who make up one-third of attendees. The Five…

2025 Law and Society Association Annual Meeting

The LSA Annual Meeting will take place in Chicago, Illinois, USA, from May 22-25, 2025. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency. This meeting will be an entirely in-person meeting. Previous Annual Meetings have brought more than 2,500 participants from over 60 countries across 6 continents!

120th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association

The 120th ASA Annual Meeting will be held August 8-12, 2025 in Chicago. The Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association provides the opportunity for professionals involved in the scientific study of society to share knowledge and new directions in research and practice. Nearly 600 programmatic sessions are convened that provide a scholarly outlet for more than 3,000 research papers, over 4,500 presenters, and 5,000 attendees.

2025 Joint Statistical Meetings

The Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) is the largest gathering of statisticians and data scientists in North America. It is held jointly with the following organizations: *Indicates the founding societies of JSM It is also one of the broadest, with topics ranging from statistical applications to methodology and theory to the expanding boundaries of statistics, such as analytics and data science. JSM also offers a unique opportunity for¬†statisticians in academia,¬†industry, and¬†government¬†to exchange ideas and explore opportunities for collaboration. Beginning statisticians (including current students) are able to learn from and interact with senior members of the profession.

2025 AERA Annual Meeting

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) is excited to host an¬†annual meeting for 2025 that will be accessible, flexible, and rewarding for all participants! The¬†2025 Annual Meeting, with the theme “Research, Remedy, and Repair: Toward Just Education Renewal,” will take place in Denver, CO, April 23-27.

2025 Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meeting

The AEA, in conjunction with 66 associations in related disciplines known as the Allied Social Science Associations (ASSA), holds a three-day meeting each January to present papers on general economics topics. The 2025 ASSA Annual Meeting will be held on January 3‚Äď5, 2025 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) in San Francisco, California. The headquarters hotel is Hilton San Francisco Union Square. To host an event at the 2025 ASSA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, please fill out the event form.

AAPOR 80th Annual Conference

The AAPOR Annual Conference is the premier forum for the exchange of advances in public opinion and survey research. Join AAPOR at their 80th Annual Conference allowing attendees to network with colleagues, learn the latest updates and trends in the field and make new connections. The meeting highlights innovative research and includes short courses and discussion forums for attendees of diverse disciplines from around the world.

National Communication Association’s 110th Annual Convention

Elevate your communication expertise at the National Communication Association’s Annual Convention on November 21-24, 2024, in the vibrant city of New Orleans, Louisiana. This year’s theme, “Communication for Greater Regard,” takes center stage in this must-attend event featuring:

2024 American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting

Join AAA for the 2024 AAA Annual Meeting at the¬†Tampa Convention Center¬†November 20‚Äď23 where they will be bringing together anthropologists from all over the world to advance the field of anthropology, share their work, and network with colleagues. This year‚Äôs conference is centered around the theme Praxis. We‚Äôll consider the present and future praxis of anthropology, the application of praxis in our communities, and praxis as collaborative work. This conference aims to reimagine, create, question, and debate an anthropological praxis in our research and work that supports the ethical and equitable treatment of communities we work and live in.

2024 American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting

Venue: San Francisco Marriott Marquis   |   Location: San Francisco, CA   |   Date: November 13 ‚Äď 16 Chairs: Charis Kubrin, University of California, Irvine & Jennifer Macy, California State University, Dominguez Hills Theme: Criminological Research and Education Matters: People, Policy, and Practice in Tumultuous Times

120th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting & Exhibition

APSA is hosting the 120th APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition, in-person in Philadelphia, PA, from Wednesday, September 5, to Sunday, September 8. Join them to learn about cutting-edge political science scholarship, innovative pedagogy, and valuable professional development opportunities. Network in-person with scholars, gather for sessions and workshops, create valuable connections and research partnerships, see the latest in the Exhibit Hall, and tap into vital career services.

119th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association

The Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association provides the opportunity for professionals involved in the scientific study of society to share knowledge and new directions in research and practice. Nearly 600 program sessions are convened in August that provide a scholarly outlet for more than 3,000 research papers and over 4,500 presenters.

2017 COSSA Science Policy Conference Keynote Announced

University of California, Berkeley sociologist Arlie R. Hochschild will deliver the keynote address at the 2017 COSSA Science Policy Conference and Social Science Advocacy Day. Hochschild‚Äôs most recent book Strangers in their own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, was a finalist for the 2016 National Book Award. According to the publisher‚Äôs website, the book ‚Äúgoes beyond the commonplace liberal idea that many on the political right have been duped into voting against their interests. In the right-wing world she explores, Hochschild discovers powerful forces‚ÄĒfear of cultural eclipse, economic decline, perceived government betrayal‚ÄĒwhich override self-interest, as progressives see…

Early Bird Registration Open for 2017 COSSA Science Policy Conference & Social Science Advocacy Day

Registration is now open for the 2017 COSSA Science Policy Conference and Social Science Advocacy Day, scheduled for March 29-30 in Washington, DC. This event (formerly the COSSA Annual Meeting) brings together COSSA members and other stakeholders for a day of discussion about federal policy impacting our science followed by the only annual, coordinated advocacy day in support of all of the social and behavioral sciences. Come be part of the action. Register before January 15 to receive the early bird rate. Information on discounted student rates and confirmed speakers will be released in the coming weeks. Register today! Back…

Recap of the 2016 COSSA Annual Meeting

COSSA held its 2016 Annual Meeting on March 15th in Washington, DC. Meeting sessions focused on topics like congressional attacks on federally-funded research, social science and the media, use of social and behavioral science in industry, and how to communicate the value of social and behavioral science research. In addition, participants heard updates on activities at federal agencies, including the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency, and Bureau of Labor Statistics. Click here to read COSSA‚Äôs summary of the meeting‚Äôs sessions. You can also check out our social media recap, which covers…

COSSA Presents Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson with Distinguished Service Award

On March 15, as part of COSSA‚Äôs Annual Meeting and Celebration of Social and Behavioral Science reception, COSSA presented the 2016 Distinguished Service Award to Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX). Congresswoman Johnson was recognized for her ‚Äúunwavering support for social and behavioral science research and steadfast leadership on behalf of the U.S. scientific enterprise.‚ÄĚ In accepting the award, Congresswoman Johnson reaffirmed her commitment to all disciplines of science and resolved to continue to ensure that social science receives the support it deserves. Back to this issue‚Äôs table of contents.

Social Science Advocates Take Capitol Hill

On March 16, about 50 social and behavioral science researchers, stakeholders, and advocates met with their Members of Congress to advocate in support of fiscal year (FY) 2017 funding for federal agencies and programs that support social and behavioral science research. Despite the system-wide shutdown of the DC Metro, advocates from 14 different states made it to Capitol Hill to discuss the value of this research and why it is in the national interest. Materials used to help articulate these messages can be found on the COSSA website, including fact sheets on COSSA‚Äôs FY 2017 funding requests. Back to this…

Preview of the COSSA Annual Meeting, March 15-16 ‚Äď Still Time to Register!

The COSSA Annual Meeting is just one week away. The agenda includes a wide range of topics impacting social and behavioral science research, from federal funding and the media‚Äôs use of social science research, to communicating science and industry interests. Here‚Äôs a snapshot of what we have in store: Peer Review, National Interest & Late Night Television: The Politics of Social Science Research In the Looking Glass: Social and Behavioral Science Communicates the Value of Social and Behavioral Science On the Record: Social Science & the Media Featuring reporters from NPR and Pacific Standard Trends in Federal Statistics Featuring Erica…

There’s Still Time to Register for the 2016 COSSA Annual Meeting on March 15-16!

A near-final agenda for the 2016 COSSA Annual Meeting is now available. Check out our excellent lineup of speakers and register today! Remember, if you work for a COSSA member organization, you are eligible for a discount. Contact Julia Milton for the discount code. Back to this issue’s table of contents.

Preliminary Agenda Released for COSSA Annual Meeting; Rates Increase February 15!

Registration rates for the 2016 COSSA Annual Meeting and 2nd Annual Social and Behavioral Science Advocacy Day on March 15-16 will increase on February 15.¬† In addition, the hotel block for out-of-town attendees closes on February 15. Register and make your reservation today! Note: Individuals who work for COSSA member organizations are eligible for a members-only registration rate. Email jmilton@cossa.org for details on how to get your member discount. A preliminary agenda for the meeting is now available. Several sessions are still under development‚ÄĒcheck back soon for a complete listing of speakers and topics. ABOUT THE COSSA MEETING ‚Äď The…

Subscribe

Past Newsletters

Browse

Archive

Browse 40 years of the COSSA Washington Update.