Beyond the CSSR, there are additional campus entities available to provide social science resources to the Notre Dame research community:
The Center for Network and Data Science (CNDS) is an interdisciplinary research center that focuses on fundamental network and data science with applications ranging from biological to physical to social to health systems. A driving theme of CNDS research is advancing fundamental science and knowledge while generating societal impact. CNDS is training the next generation of data scientists to guide data-driven discoveries.
Staff at the Center for Research Computing can help with storage, manipulation, and analysis of large data sets. The CRC can also be of assistance in projects dealing with more advanced GIS requirements.
Researchers are encouraged to contact a subject librarian at Hesburgh who can help search for data sources. Other resources to explore include:
The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts help build, sustain and renew a distinguished faculty in the arts, humanities and social sciences, and to enhance the intellectual life of the University. The institute provides support and resources for liberal arts researchers including conference support, faculty funding, fellowships and grants, student funding, and more.
Staff at the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship leverage state-of-the-art technologies to support students and faculty as they explore new methodologies, analyze complex data, and share research results in new and innovative ways.
Notre Dame Research is committed to supporting University faculty in doing what they do best – delivering cutting-edge, globally significant research, scholarship, or creative endeavor that is a force for good in the world. Therefore, Notre Dame Research Administration is available to assist faculty in all Colleges and Schools with a full suite of administrative functions, such as serving as a liaison to sponsoring agencies. From grant proposals and contracts to developing position descriptions and travel expense reimbursement, Notre Dame Research is here to assist in all areas of the research administration lifecycle.
The Office of Digital Learning offers researchers a team of learning designers, videographers, multimedia editors, project managers, and program coordinators that foster innovative teaching and learning at Notre Dame. Services available through the office includes digital learning design and consultation, media creation and production, and project management.
The Pulte Institute for Global Development improves human dignity worldwide through global development research projects. The Pulte Institute supports Notre Dame faculty by connecting them with grant opportunities and projects to help further their research, while also offering student opportunities to work with Pulte Institute faculty.