CARES built, maintains, and curates the Missouri Broadband Resource Rail and supports Initiative projects through data collection, analysis, mapping, and the creation of story maps for projects in designated communities.
This report examines racial disparity in Columbia (MO) Police Department traffic stops across age, sex, varying levels of geography, reasons for initiating post-stop searches, post-search outcomes, and factors that predict the likelihood that a stopped driver is Black. Disparity, discrimination, and racial bias in policing have been historically, and continue to be, an important policy issue.
Time’s Up Measure Up is an multi-organization initiative from the Time’s Up foundation to combine quantitative and quantitative data to expose economic and other hardships facing women as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. CARES performed data consultation to identify quantitative datasets to represent the TUMU conceptual framework. CARES then acquired data for 15+ metrics, relying on knowledge of existing secondary sources as well as custom survey data analysis.
Community Connect collects and showcases engagement and youth development activities sponsored by the University of Missouri System. Engagements from across the four campuses are collected through standardized forms which are then easily posted as stories on the portal.
The UM Impact Portal reports highlighting the impact of the University of Missouri presence across Missouri. The Impact Report provides both aggregate and county-level university-specific statistics like the number of employees, students, and alumni in an area.