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Using Secondary Analysis of the National Survey of Parents and Youth (NSPY) Workshop

a PSC Research Project [ARCHIVE DISPLAY]

Investigators:   Felicia B. LeClere, Sabrina A. Bauroth

ICPSR will provide all workshop registration, advertising, scheduling, and institutional planning to support the NSPY workshop, including on-line registration, electronic and surface mailings to NSPY Center and NIDA funded Centers, mailings made through the ICPSR Summer Program mailing lists, and on-site promotion at the SRA, CDD, and SPR conferences. ICPSR will provide support for applicants and enrollees including housing information; making enrollment and course materials available through coordination with the Summer Program; providing teaching materials; including meeting computing needs and securing and preparing teaching venues. ICPSR will coordinate the evaluation of student stipend application, award and payment.



ICPSR will prepare all workshop materials and any other materials instructors mean to distribute. ICPSR will provide breakfast for workshop days, set up and serving. ICPSR will provide continuous access to AV and computer support. Workshop participants will be provided computer access for the workshop period. ICPSR will provide continuous staff support for instructors and attendees to troubleshoot any logistical issues.

Funding Period: 05/01/2010 to 07/31/2010

Country of Focus: USA

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