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Mission

The Center for Mind and Culture (CMAC) is a non-profit research center that innovates creative solutions for urgent social problems arising within complex networks of evolving minds in dynamic cultures. Committed to a radically interdisciplinary, non-partisan approach, centered on computational simulation and data science, CMAC mobilizes an international network of experts to develop and disseminate visionary insights to public and professional stakeholders.

CMAC’s core values include:

  • upholding the highest intellectual standards in all phases of our work
  • acting ethically toward our business partners and funding sources
  • maintaining neutrality regarding the ideological promotion or critique of healing traditions, faith communities and political outlooks
  • remaining institutionally agile and creative
  • maximizing efficiency and productivity by optimizing infrastructure and overhead

Strategy

Research

CMAC coordinating and collaborating across disciplines, with diverse perspectives, and around the world. This involves:

  • conducting research and connecting with subject matter experts in fields related to our research
  • sponsoring the research efforts of others
  • coordinating international projects to achieve large sample sizes & register cultural differences
  • working across multiple disciplines to produce sophisticated and sensitive interpretations

Training

CMAC provides an institutional locus for sponsoring students, training postdoctoral fellows and supporting veteran researchers. This involves:

  • providing established investigators with the necessary resources
  • offering fellowships for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows
  • introducing undergraduate and graduate students to the research tasks
  • establishing and nurturing affiliations with universities

Outreach

CMAC disseminates knowledge about the mind-culture nexus and connects a network of academic experts to the organizations that need them. This involves:

    • producing technical working papers and policy recommendations
    • communicating the significance of research efforts
    • launching new publications
    • developing curriculum materials for related course work
    • sponsoring colloquia, seminars, working groups and public lectures

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