- Centers & Projects
- ISERP Sponsored Events
- Research Support
Researcher & Faculty Resources
ISERP works with researchers, students and the broader public to generate, sponsor and carry out social science research. ISERP provides a number of resources for faculty researchers, whether in the initial stages of new research or ready to spread the word about findings.
We encourage broad faculty participation through our centers, workshops, mentorship programs, and academic education and training. All prospective researchers and faculty fellows should examine our current and past research to get a better sense of ISERP’s scope.
Billing, reimbursement and grant management
Analysis and assistance with your research model
Help with complex statistical computations and general computer support
ISERP provides a formal affiliation for faculty who are active in institute research and other activities
Research Development Office
Institutional support for the research of our faculty, fellows and scholars
Centers and Projects
Our Centers and Projects are often directed by faculty fellows and house their research interests
Undergraduate Scholars Program
Our program pairs highly-qualified undergraduates with faculty mentors
ISERP encourages interested postdocs to reach out directly to faculty, centers and programs
Columbia Experimental Laboratory for the Social Sciences
The Columbia Experimental Laboratory for the Social Sciences provides a space for researchers to run computer-based experiments with participants from Columbia University, Barnard, and Columbia alumni.
How do I become a faculty fellow?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about becoming a faculty fellow.
How do I apply for a seed grant?
A call for seed grant proposals typically goes out in the fall and spring. The next seed grant deadline is April 12, 2011 and further details will be available soon. Monitor the "Seed Grant" section of our website for the latest information.
How do I start a center, project, workshop or seminar?