|Our Mission||People||Facility||Contact Us|
The SSRMC provides the infrastructure and training to meaningfully integrate undergraduate students studying social sciences into faculty research. Our goal is to facilitate students in both developing their own independent research projects and developing the skills necessary to be competitive for jobs requiring data analysis skills. Students can apply to be in one of four formalized, mentored research experiences through the lab groups led by the directors of the center, Prof. Settle’s Social Networks and Political Psychology (SNaPP) Lab, Prof. Holmes’s Political Psychology and International Relations (PPIR) Lab, Prof. van der Veen’s Systematic Text Analysis for International Relations (STAIR), and Prof. Manna’s research team. Beyond serving as the physical home for these research labs, the SSRMC also provides research methods and data analysis training and tutoring for students interested in a variety of different methods used in the social sciences. The center supports the government department’s faculty and student-led research initiatives in several ways. The SSRMC website is the repository of materials related to the department’s methods workshops and a variety of other training tools and resources. The center also hosts the Omnibus Project student subject pool and provides dedicated experimental lab space and collaborative work space for students and faculty conducting research.
|Jaime Settle||Marcus Holmes|
Student Leadership Team
|Caroline Fagan||Jeremiah McReynolds|
|Omnibus Director||Technical Director|
|Hannah Gourdie||Grace Murray|
|Student Director||Science Writer|
|Paul Manna||Maurits van der Veen|
|Chris Conway||Philip Waggoner|
Click here for a guide to finding us on campus!
|c/o Government Department||c/o Government Department|
|College of William & Mary||College of William & Mary|
|P.O. Box 8795||Tyler Hall, Room 318|
|Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795||300 James Blair Dr.|
|Williamsburg, Va 23187|