IPR Core Research Themes
This includes research on topics such as fertility, migration, and mortality.
This includes research on topics such as marriage, cohabitation, divorce, parenting behaviors, and child outcomes.
Health and Well-Being
This includes research on topics such as mental health, physical health, and other health behaviors such as smoking, obesity, and heart disease.
This includes research on topics such as urban, rural, metropolitan, and neighborhood change.
IPR annually extends 4-8 seed grants to affiliates for work towards submission of proposals for external funding. Priority is given to multi-disciplinary projects and to more junior faculty.
IPR Rapid Response Grants address urgent short-term and low-cost needs as deadline for submission of funding application approaches.
Weekly seminars provide a forum for scholars from other universities and OSU faculty to present ongoing research to a multidisciplinary audience. The Huber Lecture in the Fall features an eminent scholar from outside OSU. For current seminars scheduled please refer to our events page. Previous IPR seminars, years 2009-2013 [pdf].
This includes a how-to guide High performance computing using the Ohio Super Computer [OSC}
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