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The goal of this Center is to explore the interplay among gesture, sign, and language and in so doing, address some of the most basic questions about human language and development. The Center provides a home for the collaborations between members of the Departments of Psychology, Linguistics, and Comparative Human Development, as well as providing fertile ground for new collaborations.
(CHAS) is an endowed university-based center established in 1962 that promotes intellectual connections and research collaborations with health-related researchers across the University of Chicago and with national & international partners. The Center focuses on emerging research in health services and health policy, distinct from health disparities, with a particular focus in improved policy and services for disadvantaged and vulnerable populations.
The Harris School Center for Health Policy integrates health policy education and research at the Harris School, mobilizes resources in health policy from throughout the University of Chicago, and serves as a platform for collaboration with best-in-class U.S. and international schools. Through rigorous and innovative training and cross-national experiences, the Center aims to develop a new class of healthcare leaders that carry global policy visions and are best prepared to answer challenges in health policy formulation and implementation.
The Center for Health Statistics (CHS) provides foundational statistical research that will further scientific applications in areas of Health Services Research, Mental Health, Neuroimaging, Genomics, and Environmental sciences.
The Center for Human Potential and Public Policy, which was founded in 1998 with an endowment from the Irving B. Harris Foundation, is a university-based center that promotes trans-disciplinary research and training on achievement, health, and well-being across the lifespan.
The Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Ci3) at the University of Chicago is a faculty-led initiative to advance sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice locally, nationally, and globally. Our members bring a wide range of expertise and come from diverse disciplines. Ci3 creates an intellectual hub for a network of faculty, staff and students to work collaboratively with partners from outside of the University to address critical problems in sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice.
The Center for International Social Science Research is an eclectic intellectual community devoted to nourishing empirical, international research across the social sciences. We seek to spark and sustain critical discussions that traverse disciplinary, methodological, and geographic boundaries. CISSR supports work that informs and transforms debates on global issues within the academy and beyond.
The Center for Italian Opera Studies (CIAO), with offices at the University of Chicago, is the home of editorial work on the critical edition of Gioachino Rossini’s music. The Center also provides research and editorial support for the critical edition of the Works of Giuseppe Verdi, published by the University of Chicago Press, and for other projects in 19th-century Italian opera.
The Chicago Center for Jewish Studies was created in 2009 as an inter-divisional center in the Divisions of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Divinity School whose aim is to nurture dialogue among the many disciplines, scholars, and students engaged in Jewish Studies at the University. Building on the particularly theoretical and interdisciplinary intellectual culture of Chicago, the Center aims to raise new questions and catalyze unexplored connections that will reconfigure the boundaries of Jewish Studies both within and beyond the walls of the University.
The Center sponsors speakers and conferences to support and encourage the reflective, critical and philosophical study of human values, with a particular emphasis on the conceptual, historical, and empirical foundations of the normative systems-moral, political, and legal-in which human being live. The Center’s mission encompasses not only the traditional concerns of moral, political, and legal theory—in Anglophone, European and non-Western traditions—but also the history of thought about ethical, political, and legal questions as these bear on contemporary questions.