We support Penn State social scientists with solutions for data, computing, statistics, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), proposals, grants, and more.
The Computational and Spatial Analysis Core provides services to facilitate the use of geospatial data and build a spatial perspective into social science research.
The EIC facilitates the translation of social science research into measurable societal impact by increasing its relevance to policymakers and practitioners. This includes accelerating partnerships to access, protect, link and analyze sensitive data, as well as providing the core infrastructure to facilitate the translation of research into policy.
EIC is co-supported by the Prevention Research Center in the College of Health and Human Development and SSRI.
The Quantitative Development Systems Core offers consultation from expert faculty and research associates on statistical, methodological, and analytic issues in social science research.
The center provides researchers with a connection to restricted data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Center for Health Statistics.
The SLEIC is dedicated to fostering cutting-edge research in the social, behavioral, biological, engineering, and materials sciences where imaging methodologies play a central role. It provides the Penn State research community with instrumentation, technological and substantive expertise, educational opportunities, and support for conducting magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and electrophysiology (EEG, ERP) experiments.
The Survey Research Center provides a range of services, including data collection, survey design, sampling, data entry, survey data management, and data analysis.