The NC Department of Public Instruction and the Collaboratory are leading a joint $6 million effort to spur research on the impact of COVID-19 on student learning and the evaluation of existing policies and programs aimed at overcoming those challenges.
The Collaboratory is requesting research and evaluation proposals addressing the impact of COVID-19 on student learning across North Carolina and the efficacy of state and local policies and programs put in place during the pandemic.
The North Carolina Collaboratory is hiring a Graduate Research Assistant for the 2022-23 academic year. The position will assist with the coordination of research studies, develop policy proposals and provide background research.
The Collaboratory is requesting proposals from businesses partnered with academic research groups in North Carolina to monitor, assess or address the public health and economic impacts of COVID-19 in North Carolina.
On April 7, the North Carolina Collaboratory, in partnership with the UNC Institute for the Environment and the Upper Neuse River Basin Association, hosted a research symposium focused on the Falls Lake Study.
In this episode of Collaboratory Conversations, communications intern Sascha Medina spoke with Dr. Jamie DeWitt about her ongoing research on the health effects of PFAS, a group of over 12,000 man-made chemicals.