LET’S DO LUNCH
Connection Space, SSRI
12:00 – 1:00 pm
*First Thursday of every month for SSRI faculty, staff, and affiliates
September 7, 2023: IBRC
The Interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Center (IBRC) is an experimental research lab that manages and administers a variety of resources to researchers engaged in social and behavioral science at Duke University. For example, they offer free research space, access to a large community participant pool, staff support, and research grants.
October 5, 2023: MIDS
The Master in Interdisciplinary Data Science (MIDS) is home to creative problem solvers who want to use data strategically to advance society. They are cultivating a new type of quantitative thought leader who uses computational strategies to generate innovation and new insights. The curriculum they offer includes interdisciplinary training within the quantitative sciences, exposure to data-driven problems in a variety of disciplines, and direct experience in interdisciplinary team-based science.
November 2, 2023: OERP/AARE
The Office of Evaluation and Applied Research Partnership (O-EARP) utilizes evaluation and associated responsive and community-engaged research to improve initiatives’ practice, to augment impact, and to advance evaluation and responsive practice and itself. SSRI’s Applied Research, Evaluation, & Engagement provides applied research and evaluation expertise and partnership to Duke programs/faculty, supports external and community partners through research/practice partnerships, and fosters educational opportunities in applied research and evaluation.
December 7, 2023: DUPRI
The Duke University Population Research Institute (DUPRI) is a community of scholars who challenge the boundaries of interdisciplinary population research with cutting edge approaches to prepare the next generation of leaders in population science.
January 4, 2024: DNAC
The purpose of the Duke Network Analysis Center is to build a world-class network science & analysis program at Duke to: (a) help make visible the cutting-edge network scholarship currently ongoing on campus, (b) promote new collaborations in network science, (c) introduce new researchers to network science and train them in its methods and applications, (d) provide a research service in network analysis methods to the wider Duke community, and (e) enhance Duke’s position as a leader in the research triangle and throughout the nation in this exciting interdisciplinary field.
February 1, 2024: Bass Connections: Race & Society
Bass Connections in Race & Society supports interdisciplinary teams of faculty, students, and external partners in their exploration of race-related issues, ultimately contributing to solutions that bring about more racially equitable societies. They encourage projects that investigate how race intersects with various aspects of society and lived experience (e.g., environment, human development, immigration, health and healthcare, music, art, literature, history, education, economy, gender and sexuality, work, religion, STEM, policy, community life).
March 7, 2024: GRID/TRHT
The Duke Center on Genomics, Race, Identity, Difference (GRID) is a global and transdisciplinary endeavor that brings together a broad range of collaborators and partners to explore and address questions at the intersection of race and genetics. Race is a focal point at GRID, along with other descent-related population labels such as ethnicity, ancestry, and geographic origin. The Duke Center for Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (Duke TRHT Center) is working towards becoming a formidable and influential vehicle for facilitating transformation at Duke, in Durham, and beyond. Critical to the success and sustainability of this university-wide effort is the visible and participatory commitment of campus and community leaders.
April 4, 2024: DISM/PARISS Fellows
The Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology (DISM) is a space where researchers can exchange ideas about survey research and learn about survey research methods. Welcoming Duke affiliates from across academic and professional fields, DISM has many resources available to support research including training in survey research methods, consulting for individual projects, and funding opportunities. The PARISS Fellowship offers Duke graduate students financial support (tuition + stipend) and provides various training and professional development opportunities: to present original research, to develop collaborations with other researchers within SSRI, to advise students conducting independent research, and to become part of a shared intellectual community of Fellows, graduate students, and faculty from across the various SSRI affiliated programs.