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Academy Data Forum

The Data Forum provides a neutral space for Academy Fellows, guest writers, and staff to discuss the data that informs all of the Academy’s program areas: the Humanities, Arts, and Education; Science, Engineering and Technology; Global Security and International Affairs; and American Institutions and the Public Good. Each entry includes commentary from invited experts as well as a moderated public discussion.

Science, Engineering, and Technology

The Public Face of Science: an Examination of Current Data on Public Attitudes Toward Science

The Academy is currently conducting a study on public attitudes toward science and how the public encounters science in their daily lives. A forthcoming publication will draw on existing research an More...

The Public Face of Science: an Examination of Current Data on Public Attitudes Toward Science

The Academy is currently conducting a study on public attitudes toward science and how the public encounters science in their daily lives. A forthcoming publication will draw on existing research an More...

The Humanities, Arts, and Education

Use Data to Make a Strong Case for the Humanities

December 5, 2016 The following essay, by Norman M. Bradburn (University of Chicago) and Robert B. Townsend (American Academy of Arts and Sciences), first appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Educati More...

Assessing the Humanities

The Academys Humanities Indicators takes a holistic view of the field, offering data that extend from early reading to children to older individuals visits to museums and historic sites. Marking the More...

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