May 1, 2020 - IU Research Impact: COVID-19 update

IU, Purdue partner to help IU Health manage patient surge

Business school faculty at IU and Purdue are collaborating with IU Health to manage COVID-19 demand surge in 16 hospitals across the state.

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Professor's Fulbright experience impacted by pandemic, earthquake

A pandemic, earthquake alter course of Fulbright research program in Croatia for IUPUI's Carmen Luca Sugawara.

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Study of schoolteacher needs informs critical support

An IU researcher's study of schoolteachers' experiences during the pandemic is yielding insights into the critical supports teachers need.

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Early impacts of COVID-19 on U.S., Canadian workers

An IUPUI study offers early results on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting employees' lives in U.S. and Canada.


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First comprehensive study of COVID-19 mitigation policies, government orders

IU researchers have released results from the first comprehensive study of how COVID-19 mitigation policies affect individual movement and contact in the United States.

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Featured Experts

Public affairs experts from IU's O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs are sharing insights and ideas via the school's YouTube channel on wide-ranging topics including COVID-19 in Africa and what a pandemic recession looks like. If podcasts are more your thing, you can subscribe to the O'Neill professors' “Lunchtime Social Science” (available on iTunes, Google, Spotify, etc) series that considers similar questions.

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COVID-19 Funding Opportunities

The Spencer Foundation is offering COVID-19 Related Research Grants to support education research projects that will contribute to understanding the rapid shifts in education in this time of crisis and change. Up to $50,000 for projects from one to three years. Applications accepted on rolling basis through June 8.

The Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award Special Cycle Funding Announcement—Supporting Engagement in and Dissemination of PCOR/CER in the Context of COVID-19 aims to support projects that help communities increase their capacity to participate across all phases of the patient-centered outcomes and comparative clinical effectiveness research processes while responding to contextual changes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Up to $150,000, deadline May 22.