ICPSR 2016: The Schedule is LIVE!!

The Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) has posted 2016 summer workshop schedule.  The program, housed at the University of Michigan, hosts a full schedule of methodological, research, and statistical workshops through the late spring and summer, both in Ann Arbor and other places around the country.

There are two four-week sessions, the first of which is June 22-July 17, the second is July 20-August 14, which can be tricky to make work.  But, there are also 3-5 day workshops on a variety of topics throughout the summer.

Some noteworthy workshops:

R: Learning by Example (Boulder, CO June 8-10)

Doing Bayesian Analysis: An Introduction (Ann Arbor, MI (?) July 7-10)

Multilevel and Mixed Models Using Stata (Ann Arbor, MI (?), July 27-29)

There are also classes on structural equation modeling, curating and managing data for reuse, social network analysis (in R).  The good news is that DePaul is a member of ICPSR, so interested DePaul faulty would get a break on the tuition.  What do you think?  Interested in spending a few days in Ann Arbor?

 

 

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Author: Jessica Bishop-Royse

Jessica Bishop-Royse is the SSRC’s Senior Research Methodologist. Her areas of interest include: health disparities, demography, crime, methods, and statistics. She often finds herself navigating the fields of sociology, demography, epidemiology, medicine, public health, and policy. She was broadly trained in data collection, Stata, quantitative research methodology, as well as statistics. She has experience with multi-level analyses, survival analyses, and multivariate regression. Outside of the work context, Jessi is interested in writing, reading, travel, photography, and sport.

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