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The ROSE Program
The Research Opportunities in Surveys and Experiments (ROSE) offers small grants to fund work in surveys and experiments for Duke affiliated graduate students and faculty. Read More...
Cooperative Congressional Election Study
During Congressional election years, DISM holds a competition to select questions to be included on a module of the Cooperative Congressional Election Study. Students, post-docs, and junior faculty are candidates to apply; check this space for a link when the competition is open (typically in the spring of Congressional election years). Proposals for the 2016 CCES are being accepted now and until April 20, 2016. Please see our call for proposals.
Interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Center (IBRC)
Duke’s IBRC offers a limited number of $600 mini-grants exclusively for participant payment when utilizing IBRC resources and has a Research Assistant program that allows undergraduate students to get experience as research assistants in the social and behavioral sciences. Learn more: Visit the Website
Odum Institute - UNC (ODUM)
A limited number of stipends are offered to Duke students to fund registration for Survey Methodology Short Courses at ODUM. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis; upcoming courses offered through Odum can be found here; Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Time Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS)
TESS is an NSF-funded infrastructure project that offers researchers opportunities to test their experimental ideas on large, diverse, randomly selected subject populations. Visit the Website
Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan
The ISR offers grant opportunities through the Charles Cannell Fund in Survey Methodology to further research and training on interviewer-respondent interaction and its effects on the validity and quality of survey data. Visit the Website
Include Your Questions on a National Survey
DISM is pleased to invite brief applications from student researchers (graduate or undergraduate) to include questions on a new omnibus survey to be fielded under our direction. Questions selected through this competitive application process will be administered to a 1,000-person national sample survey. This sample will not be a probability sample, so this project is best suited to experimental designs or pilot projects.
Applications are due 9/15 by 5 p.m. Applications can be submitted online through this website, which will collect basic data about the applicants and requires upload of a brief proposal in Word format that includes a one- to two-paragraph description of the purpose of the project and the draft questions the applicant seeks to see included.
Applicants should expect that they may be asked to discuss their project, its relation to other proposals, and ways that proposals might be revised, refined, or even combined.
This project will deliver a 1,000 person survey covering content chosen through this RFP and common demographic measures of respondents. The survey will be fielded in October, 2016, and it's planned that survey data will be delivered November, 2016.