- Research awards
- The Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE) at the University of California, Berkeley supports rigorous interdisciplinary research projects on topics aligned with our mission: to understand the dynamics and policies affecting workers, working life, and employment. We invite applications from UC Berkeley faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students. The call for applications goes out in the spring.
- Grant management
IRLE provides pre- and post-award assistance for faculty applying for extramural research funding. In 2016-17, IRLE supported successful faculty proposals to the Russell Sage Foundation, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, among others.
To learn more about our services and to request assistance, please contact Nan Cramer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Publishing with IRLE
IRLE has two publication series to which faculty can submit their work.
- Replication data
IRLE’s storage archive hosts replication data for faculty affiliates.
- Secure data hosting
IRLE also hosts secure data sets for researchers and facilitates the process for obtaining administrative and other secure data.
- Visiting Scholars Program
IRLE provides institutional support and space for visiting scholars who are working closely with UC Berkeley faculty.
- Meeting space
IRLE also hosts a variety of seminars, conferences, debates and courses relating to our mission. We have several meeting rooms available to Berkeley faculty affiliates; contact Charlotte Rutty: (510) 642-3651, email@example.com.
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