On Saturday, November 8, some of the world’s top social and behavioral scientists came together with leaders in industry, media, and the community to discuss the best means and policies for improving the urban experience. Titled, “The City,” the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences’ (CASBS) 2014 Summit was held at Stanford University and co-sponsored by the Social Science Research Council. Read a report on the conference on Social Science Space.
As the winner of the 2014 SAGE-CASBS Award, sociologist and education rights activist Pedro Noguera gave a keynote speech in which he discussed his transformational efforts to improve U.S. schools by connecting research with policymakers and the broader public. Interested to learn more about these efforts, SAGE Founder Sara Miller McCune sat down with Dr. Noguera so that he could share some best practices with others. Click play above to watch what he had to say.
See a conversation with Sara and Daniel Kahneman, the 2013 SAGE-CASBS Award Winner, here.