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
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.
Celebrating Nine Years of Research in Education and Human Development
Since 2013, the EHD them has explored the range of factors contributing to positive life outcomes from personal and communal health to social and familial connections to income and employment to happiness.
What is high-dosage tutoring and why does the state’s investment in it matter?
The work of NC Ed Corps is being evaluated by the Friday Institute at N.C. State and the Social Science Research Institute at Duke University in a three-year study, and a new app will capture data this coming school year.
New MIDS Faculty
Biostatistician. Mathematician. Musician. North Carolinian. Lane is passionate about statistics research with public health applications and particularly interested in the intersection of causal inference and multi-omics.
New Bass Connections Theme: Race & Society
Nearly every facet of society and our lives — including how and where we live, learn, work and play — is shaped by race.