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  • April 26th Proposal Development Workshop

    The TXRDC invites interested researchers to attend an online Proposal Development Workshop. The goal of the workshop is to give researchers an overview of: (1) the restricted data resources available for RDC-based research, (2) programs and services available at the TXRDC, and (3) the steps involved in gaining approval for projects using restricted data. The […]

  • March 31st – The FSRDC Presentation Series Begins with a Presentation by Dr. Amber Crowell

      In the first installment of the FSRDC Presentation Series, Dr. Amber Crowell (Sociology, CSU Fresno) will present her research titled “The Micro-Level Determinants of White-Black Segregation: Beyond Spatial Assimilation and Place Stratification.” Dr. Crowell’s presentation will be on March 31st at 12:00 pm Central Time. Login details are posted below. Click here for the […]

  • New FSRDC Presentation Series

    We are excited to announce that the Federal Statistical Research Data Center program will host a Presentation Series beginning in Spring of 2021, with the first presentation in the series commencing March 31st! (for information on this presentation CLICK HERE). Presenters will be invited from the FSRDC researcher community to discuss their project findings as […]

  • RESCHEDULED: TXRDC is Co-sponsoring an Event with the Center for Research Impact of Social Science

    Overview Do you want to make sure your research has a broader impact? Have you ever wondered how to present your scholarly research to the general public? Would you like your research to be noticed by the news media? The Center for Research Impact of Social Science (CRISS) is hosting two events on writing for […]

  • December 7th Proposal Development Workshop

    The TXRDC invites interested researchers to attend an online Proposal Development Workshop. The goal of the workshop is to give researchers an overview of: (1) the restricted data resources available for RDC-based research, (2) programs and services available at the TXRDC, and (3) the steps involved in gaining approval for projects using restricted data. The […]

  • December 7th Graduate Student Information Session

    The TXRDC invites interested graduate students to attend an online information session regarding RDC research opportunities. The session will be held via Zoom on December 7th 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. CST. Participation is free. Graduate students from all disciplines are welcome. Please CLICK HERE for a flyer with a description of the information […]

  • Covid-19 Update

    The TXRDC is currently open to researchers; however, we are operating at a restricted capacity.   We have instated Covid-19 safeguards, abiding by both Census and Texas A&M University Covid-19 safety protocols.   Researchers with active RDC projects should contact our administrator, Karin Johnson, for details on our current operating procedures and management of lab space

  • A picture of our new director, Dr. Mary Campbell

    Meet Our New Director: Dr. Mary Campbell!

    Dr. Mary Campbell Mary is the new Texas FSRDC Director. She is also the co-director of the NSF-funded summer Research Experience for Undergraduates program in the Sociology department. She has been in the Sociology department at Texas A&M since 2013, when she moved here from the University of Iowa. Her research focuses on racial and ethnic inequality and the […]

  • Picture of our administrator, Dr. Karin Johnson

    The TXRDC Welcomes Our New Administrator: Dr. Karin Johnson!

    Dr. Karin A. C. Johnson Karin is the new Texas FSRDC Administrator in College Station, Texas. Originally hailing from west Texas (El Paso), Karin lived in central Texas while completing her undergraduate degrees in International Relations and French at Texas State University. She then lived in Paris, France for two years. She completed her Ph.D. […]

  • New Website Format

    We now have a new website design. We’ve included a new calendar for our events which allows us to present our information to you in the context of the Texas A&M University calendar. You should be able to find all the information from the old site where it was. We’re continuously working to improve the […]