Research seeks Census Research Network proposals


Proposals for the National Science Foundation's Census Research Network Competition are being sought from faculty. UNL may submit two proposals to the competition.

The NSF-Census Research Network will provide support for a set of research nodes, each of which will be staffed by a team of scientists conducting interdisciplinary research and educational activities on methodological questions of interest and significance to the broader research community and to the Federal Statistical System, particularly the U.S. Census Bureau. The activities will be expected to advance both fundamental and applied knowledge as well as further the training of current and future generations of researchers in research skills of relevance to the measurement of economic units, households, and persons.

To apply, complete a notification of intent to submit form, available at, by Oct. 25.

For more information on the internal selection process, go to or contact Noah Clayton at or 472-8031.

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