US 2010: America in the First Decade of the New Century
The purpose of the US2010 project was to use data from the decennial census, the American Community Survey, and other key sources to investigate the subtle shifts and long-term trends in American life and provide an analysis of what these developments may mean for the future. Over a two-year span, 14 research teams from universities across the United States released short research briefs and chapter-length reports on topics including immigration, segregation, economics, education, aging, and the changing American family.
Florida State University Co-Principal Investigator: Brian J. Stults, Ph.D.
Brown University Co-Principal investigator: John Logan
Funding Agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Funding Amount: $1,629,319