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Tutoring Program Supports High Schoolers Who Fall Behind During COVID-19

SAGA can add up to two years of math in a single year; new funding to expand program in Chicago and New York

Misinformation About COVID-19

September 23,, 2020
Social Media Apps
Survey shows social media users are more likely to believe misinformation about the pandemic.

Managing Multiple Epidemics

September 17, 2020
CP4P Team
Read how street outreach workers are addressing gun violence and COVID-19.

Public Trust in Institutions

September 15, 2020
White House Task Force
New survey results shows that a desire to vaccinate depends on trust in leaders and institutions.

COVID-19 Media and Research

September 22, 2020
Stay up-to-date with latest IPR faculty mentions in the news about COVID-19 and other IPR news related to the coronavirus.

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Rigorous, interdisciplinary social science research for the common good

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We connect policymakers with nonpartisan research relevant to policy debates in city halls and state houses, as well as the halls of Congress and of international organizations.

Browse our trending research or contact us if you need help finding an expert or research on a specific topic.

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IPR faculty researchers are leaders in their respective fields and stand ready to share their expertise. If you are interested in interviewing an IPR faculty member or covering their research, use the resources below or contact us. We're here to help you get the story.

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IPR Colloquia
Our events calendar kicks off this fall with a colloquium by Emma Adam on "Adolescent Stress." Each academic year, we organize more than 40 policy-relevant events. Sign up for notification of our events and join our community for robust debate and discussion.