The Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) is dedicated to improving the quality and efficiency of social science research at the University of Notre Dame by working with faculty, students, and staff across all academic disciplines. The CSSR's highly trained team offers expertise in research design, data collection, modeling and analysis, geospatial (GIS) analysis, and visualization. The CSSR also offers a help desk available to anyone at Notre Dame needing quick assistance with statistics.
Psychologist Ying Alison Cheng is leading a $1.4M project to develop an intelligent diagnostic assessment program to improve testing for high school statistics. Cheng is working with the CSSR so the tool can deliver fine-grain feedback.
On Monday, November 12, join Notre Dame as we celebrate GIS Day. This annual salute to geospatial technology and its power to transform and better our lives and the lives of those around us will include workshops, lunch and lightning presentations.
Research by CSSR Data Science Consultant, Jessica Young, focuses on predicting if certain behaviors and living situations can be used as indicators for determining cholera within Haiti.