Our faculty and researchers work on a wide range of issues with academic, government and community partners, to inform public policy and planning through data and analysis in order to address poverty, its causes, and its impact on communities and their residents.
Conducting Research and Evaluation to Address Poverty
Pioneering Integrated Data in Social Policy
- Child and Household Integrated Longitudinal Data (CHILD) System
- Northeast Ohio Community and Neighborhood Data for Organizing (NEOCANDO)
- Certificate in Data Science for Social Impact
Community Responsive Analytics
- Interactive Tools
- Program Evaluation
Building relationships between residents and institutions, bridges of trust between communities and organizations, and bridges of dialogue between community building research and practice.