What is high-dosage tutoring and why does the state’s investment in it matter?

Last week, the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading held a national conversation about high-dosage tutoring, an evidence-based intervention for learning loss. On the panel — along with leaders from national …

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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.

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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.

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MTV and MIDS Students Partner Capstone Project on Early Voting

MTV is aiming to boost the numbers of young voters with an early voting campaign ahead of this year’s midterm elections, which will decide control of …

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Seeking PARISS Fellows

SSRI is seeking nominations for the Program for Advanced Research in the Social Sciences (PARISS) Fellowships for the coming academic year. The PARISS Fellowship offers Duke graduate students …

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Royal Named Co-Chair of National Academies Panel on Race and Genetics Research

Charmaine Royal will co-chair a national panel of experts that will recommend best practices for the use of “race,” ethnicity, ancestry and other population descriptors …

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Anne Mitchell Whisnant wins NCPH Award

SSRI Adjunct Associate Professor and GLS Director Anne Mitchell Whisnant, along with her husband David E. Whisnant, has been awarded this year’s Excellence in Consulting (Group) …

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The Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology is hiring for a Postdoc in survey research methods

The Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology (DISM) at the Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) at Duke University, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Associate in survey research methods. …

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Using Electronic Health Records to Understand the Population of Local Children in Durham

CHDI collaborates with SSRI demographers to study health inequalities. Highlights EHRs from a large health system are suitable for studying local children’s health. Local children …

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NC Education Corps Tutors are Tackling Learning Recovery and Building the Teacher Pipeline

NCSU’s Friday Institute and Duke’s  Social Science Research Institute Are monitoring the effectiveness of the program. Tutors Alexis Gordon and Liz Hasty walk the halls …

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