Institute of Behavioral Science

The Institute of Behavioral Science (IBS) is a research institute within the Graduate School. The Institute of Behavior Science is organized into six research areas Environment and Society, Health and Society, International Development, Population, Positive Youth Development, and Rocky Mountain Research Data Center. Each is directed by a senior research scientist and three programs have centers which specialize in research topics consistent with the broader goals of the Program. Computing and Research Services provides computing and information technology services for IBS research activities.

1440 15th Street, Boulder, CO 80309

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Upcoming Events

Media Studies Colloquium: Steven T. Seagle

Talk with Steven T. Seagle, of Man of Action Entertainment.

10/23 11:30am
IBS Speaker Series: Earned Income and Women's Segmented Empowerment (Lunch Provided)

Presenter: Amaney A. Jamal (Princeton) Title: Earned Income and Women’s Segmented Empowerment: Experimental Evidence from Jordan Abstract: Does earning...

10/28 11:45am
Payden Colloquium: Tara Knight

Tara Knight, recipient of the 2019 William R. Payden Award for Faculty Excellence, will present a one-hour colloquium on effective teaching methods. Lunch...

10/30 11:30am
IBS Speaker Series: Population Pressures: Effects of Aging on the Japanese Macroeconomy (Lunch Provided)

Presenter: Robert McNown (CU-Boulder) Title: "Population Pressures: Effects of Aging on the Japanese Macroeconomy" Abstract: Japan has become a super-aged...

11/4 11:45am
Media Studies Colloquium

A talk with Thora Brylowe. "Dirty Work/ Clean Sheets: Rethinking Paper and the 19th Century Archive". Lunch will be provided!

11/6 11:30am

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