Written by: Nidhi Arun, PPI CRISP Research Assistant, O’Neill MPA Student As a student research assistant for the Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy, I have had the opportunity to work directly with community organizations trying to address interconnected issues that lead to societal disparities. I wanted to take the research skills from… Read more »
CRISP Research and Evaluation Clinic opens applications
Students from IUPUI can put their research and data analysis skills to use to make real change for community organizations in Indianapolis. Applications are open now through November 7 for students to join the research team at the Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy’s Research and Evaluation Clinic in the spring 2022 semester…. Read more »
Don’t have a data partner? You need to get one … now.
It’s a data-driven world and finding a partner to help in the process is critical to a nonprofit’s future, its funders, and—most importantly—to those whom the organization serves. Most nonprofits want and need to be able to show promising results to justify their existing efforts and their plans for future expansion. At the same time,… Read more »
CRISP research team finds Marion County renters struggle with affordability
READ THE FULL REPORT ON RENTAL TRENDS AT THIS LINK Stagnant incomes and increasing rental costs are creating unstable and unaffordable living situations for many renters in Marion County. Data analysts with the Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy at the IU Public Policy Institute examined trends from the 2017 U.S. Census Bureau’s… Read more »
IU Public Policy Institute launches Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy
There’s a new resource in the quest for equality and inclusion. “Our goal is public service through public information,” says Breanca Merritt, director of the newly formed Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy—known as CRISP. The Indiana University Public Policy Institute created CRISP to serve as a centralized resource for reliable, nonpartisan data… Read more »
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