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Located in the heart of the Berkeley campus, the California Research Data Center (CRDC) at Berkeley is a joint project of the U.S. Census Bureau and the University of California, Berkeley that enables qualified researchers to pursue unique, valuable, and rewarding research projects.

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Executive Directors

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Patricia Frontiera, Ph.D., Co-Executive Director

Dr. Patty Frontiera is with the UC Berkeley Social Sciences Data Lab (D-Lab) where she serves as a geospatial data scientist, consultant and instructor.

 

 

 

 

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David J. Harding, Professor of Sociology, Co-Executive Director

David J. Harding is Professor of Sociology and Faculty Director of the Social Science D-Lab at UC Berkeley, which houses the Berkeley FSRDC. He is the author of On the Outside: Prisoner Reentry and Reintegration (University of Chicago Press, 2019) and Living the Drama: Community, Conflict, and Culture Among Inner-City Boys (University of Chicago Press, 2010).

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Contact Information

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Angela Andrus, Administrator

California Research Data Center
350 Barrows Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-3030

510-643-2262

Email: Angela Andrus

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Partner Institutions

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The operation of each Federal Statistical Research Data Center (RDC) is supported by both the Census Bureau and RDC partner institutions. Some RDC partner institutions form consortiums to share the operational costs of the RDC and may waive user fees for their affiliates. Several RDCs have built branch locations to reduce the cost of researchers commuting to the core location while still maintaining the identical stringent information technology and physical security requirements.

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