SSRI Grant Program Announces Awards
The Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) invited grant applications from Duke University faculty to study social science research topics of their choice. The size of the grants range from $5,000 to $25,000.
DUPRI research team uses electronic health records to study population of Durham County children
New research demonstrating the efficacy of using electronic health records (EHRs) to assess children’s population health.
MTV partners with MIDS to study access to voting on college campuses
MTV partnered with a team of students working on their MIDS capstone project to study access to voting on college campuses.
Faculty Project for Community Impact
Let’s understand how the implementation of an open design innovation framework impacts attitudinal shifts among educators toward creating equitable educational change and toward teaching ethics-centered computing.
Duke Communicators Further Inclusion
A new mentoring program, which connects diverse early-career communicators, as well as staff members considering a communications career, with more experienced colleagues at Duke, is finishing its first full year of operation.
Examining “Demography’s Changing Intellectual Landscape”
Are you interested in the intellectual breadth of demography? Do you want to know who demographers cite, who cites demographers and where demographers publish?
SSRI Grant Program 2023
We invite grant applications from Duke University faculty to study social science research topics of their choice. The size of the grants range from $5,000 to $25,000. Tell us what research you want to do, how this funding will help facilitate that work, and what research product the grant would enable or enhance.
Exploring Race & History Through Southern Historic Places
This course invites students to grapple with major themes and events related to race and U.S. history through a virtual exploration of museums, state and national parks, and historical sites across North Carolina and the American South.
This course will interrogate the meaning of “community-engaged research” and related terms, explore their relevance for both researchers and communities, address the ethical considerations and logistical problems that often arise, and consider recommendations for enacting best practices.